Taxpayer Funded Charity Sector in Wales: Time for Reform?

In Wales, as with the rest of the United Kingdom, people turn to charities in their hour of need. Charities are traditionally seen as frontline-facing organisations that work with the most...

The future of the Welsh-American relationship is bright

Article written by United States Congressman Morgan Griffith, Chairman of The Friends of Wales Caucus and member of the Freedom and Liberty Caucuses. As Chairman of the Congressional Friends of...

Can Home Working Revolutionise our Rural Economy?

Since March 2020 the way we all worked changed forever. With the outbreak of COVID–19, the Government sent the whole of the United Kingdom (UK) into lockdown. What this meant was that our...

4 Day Week Long Read

Since Covid-19 struck and the UK went into lockdown, many have been discussing the ‘new normal’ and various campaign groups in Wales have begun pushing for a new raft of new policies to be...

Shared Prosperity Fund

At present the United Kingdom (UK) receives money from the European Union (EU) so that it can invest in areas of the country that are considered under developed. With the UK leaving the EU there has...

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