The only caveat is the attitude of the Welsh Labour Government, hell-bent on replacing the EU’s onerous regulations with their own.
Posts Tagged: Wales
Grant Shapps: Our plan to supercharge the Union’s transport links can help make us Europe’s biggest economy by 2050
Our Union Connectivity Review will favour routes that serve this aim – be they the A75, the A55 in north Wales or the air corridors to Northern Ireland.
Don’t blame the police for failures to hold them accountable. To make streets safer, have more local control.
That there may be as many as three investigations into Saturday’s events on Clapham Common tells us much we need to know.
Dan Boucher: Labour’s stewardship of the NHS in Wales has been disastrous. Come May, it’s time for a Conservative administration.
Health is one of the most pressing issues to get right in the upcoming Welsh Parliament elections.
The Budget should be a big reset moment for post-Brexit, post-Covid Britain. It risks being lost amidst a rush to tax rises.
It will probe whether or or not Sunak can prepare the country for that future – and perhaps succeed Johnson himself, “one fine day”.
The final part in ConHome’s series this week on the future of the United Kingdom.
The third article in a five-part ConHome series this week on the future of the United Kingdom.
Andy Maciver: Scotland. Don’t run away from a referendum. Instead, embrace it, offer a new Union – and win
The second article in a five-part ConHome series this week on the future of the United Kingdom.
Jonathan Werran: The Union and the English question. The answer is to let a hundred localist flowers bloom
The first in a five-part ConHome series this week on the future of the United Kingdom.
David Gauke: Ten years for lying on a form. Disproportionate – and characteristic of our cavalier approach to sentencing.
If we impose yet more draconian prison sentences to win a political arms race, the burdens on the taxpayer will become unsustainable.
Robin Millar: The Shared Prosperity Fund will unleash Wales’ potential – and take back control from unaccountable bureaucrats
In two decades, Wales has become one of the most centralised states in Europe.
Eighty-five per cent say that the Union is either very or fairly important to them. Our findings are almost exactly the same as six months ago.
It’s a terrible milestone and Ministers throughout the UK will be blamed. How could our governments and administrations do better next time?
It’s striking that the countries that did best during Covid are those, like Taiwan and South Korea, which live under threat of annihilation by their neighbours.
Some fear this is part of deeper struggle within the party as a prominent pro-devolution MS is deselected by local activists.