“‘I’m Henry VIII I am”

This article has been written by Adrian Mason. Over the next few weeks and months we are going to hear a great deal more about so-called Henry VIII clauses as the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill goes through the later stages of the Parliamentary process. There has...

Brexit: A divided Wales

This article has been written by Adrian Mason. The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill has completed its Second Reading in Parliament, and attention now focuses on its Committee Stage.  The purpose of the Bill is simply to repeal the European Communities Act 1972 at the...

The rule of law

This article has been written by Adrian Mason. The Rule of Law in the United Kingdom is a long standing principle that says the law should apply equally to everyone living in our Country regardless of status. The proposals now being discussed about forming an...

Is capitalism to blame for today’s problems?

Introduction These days it is hard to not come across an article lamenting capitalism in connection with today’s problems. The credit crisis of 2007-2008 has been used by many as an example of unbridled capitalism and its destructive nature. As a lot of the problems...

The Death of Right-to-Buy in Wales

Written by Morgan Brobyn. Morgan has an undergraduate degree in BSc Econ International Politics and MA European Studies from Maastricht University. He is the former Vote Leave Assistant Director for Wales and currently works as a public affairs professional. The...