National Assembly for Wales
Theresa May's Outrageous Comments On The Welsh Referendum Expose Her Own Party's Dangerous Hypocrisy
It seems that Brexiteers, and the Prime Minister herself, have form on objecting to the implementation of referendum results
PM was to say the 1997 'Yes' vote was "never seriously" questioned – but she and other Tories tried to overturn it.
Super Furry Animals And 300,000 Tonnes Of Mud: Why This Nuclear Power Station Is The Subject Of A Court Battle
“They try to convince us that the mud is safe and there’s nothing to worry about but I can’t take the nuclear industry’s word for it"
Voters aren’t stupid. Talk to them, tell them the truth
This Wednesday, 11th October, is National Coming Out Day, a date popularised in the USA but frequently marked here in the UK too. People use it as an opportunity to come out for the first time, to share their coming out story, or just to promote being out and being part of the LGBT community. But why do we still need to come out? It's 2017. Aren't we done with all that?
Further evidence of the party's slow demise?
UKIP will contest fewer council seats than the Green Party in the coming May elections in England, new figures have revealed
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