CWS and Survation Polling Part 2

CWS and Survation Polling Part 2

A Survation poll today released by the Centre for Welsh Studies reveals that the Labour Party are ahead in the polling by quite a margin on both the regional (36%) and constituency (40%) polls. The Conservative Party are behind them in both the regional (23%) and...
Centre for Welsh Studies Policy Analysis – General Election 2019

Centre for Welsh Studies Policy Analysis – General Election 2019

Analysis by Edward Sumner, Chief Operations Officer at Centre for Welsh Studies: This general election is one that will be remembered for Brexit and an all-time high of spending promises. With tax and state cutting proposals falling by the wayside for ever growing...
Planning makes “No Deal” one of few certainties

Planning makes “No Deal” one of few certainties

An Article written by Conservative MEP Candidate Craig Lawton In recent months both the new First Minister and the new leader of Plaid Cymru have referred to the UK leaving the EU without a deal as “crashing out.” Their choice of language follows the exact same...

Centre for Welsh Studies’ 7 points plan for #GE2017

June 23rd last year was a day many politicos will never forget. It showed the level of anger at the European political establishment and the radical change much of the electorate want to see from the Government here in the UK. The Conservative manifesto did not offer...