CWS and Survation Polling Part 1

CWS and Survation Polling Part 1

Matthew MacKinnon, Director of the Centre for Welsh Studies said: The results of our poll clearly state that the Welsh people want to see the Welsh Government taking a pro-business, market led approach to reboot the Welsh economy and ensure the damage of lockdown is...
Universal Basic Income for Wales: Can it be achieved?

Universal Basic Income for Wales: Can it be achieved?

Many on the centre and left of Welsh politics have flirted with the idea of a Universal Basic Income (UBI) in recent years. This idea has been around for centuries and has been discussed regularly in recent decades. The idea has been hailed by many on the socialist...
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...
Leaving the EU can strengthen Welsh agricultural standards

Leaving the EU can strengthen Welsh agricultural standards

An Article written by Llyr Powell – Chairman of the Centre for Welsh Studies Leaving the EU gives us the opportunity to intensify protection of animal welfare, like cracking down on the transport of live animals to the continent. Whilst a ban on live animal...

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...