John Dixon writes: Over the past year, I have posted on the forthcoming referendum on membership of the EU; or, on my concern that reducing it to a simple question of economics, rather than one of the type of future we want to see, plays into the hands of those who want the UK leave the EU.
John Dixon writes. There was an interesting last week by a Cardiff academic arguing that, in political terms, Wales is becoming more similar to the British mainstream.
The suggestion from the Institute of Chartered Accountants that MPs should be allowed to sit in the Welsh Cabinet has not exactly attracted much support, to say the least.
The debate in the House of Commons was about deploying UK forces and weaponry in Syria; but the MPs themselves managed to deploy plenty of colourful language. Murderous, monstrous, medieval, mad, homicidal, death cult – at times it almost looked like a competition to see who could come up with the most condemnatory description – preferably involving at least a couple of alliterative ’m’s.