Meanwhile, both Humza Yousaf’s personal ratings and support for independence on the wane as the Sturgeon magic wears off.
In launching a campaign for a metro mayor, a local businessman (and Labour activist) has said aloud what many Welsh Conservatives seem to think privately.
We cannot stand by whilst Welsh Labour fail our children, and pack our schools with their union cronies.
Cutting the 45p rate puts fresh pressure on the SNP’s revenue-hostile policies; spending cuts will squeeze their budgets again.
We cannot fall into the Corbynista trap of being more obsessed with running the party than running the country.
His call for a stronger British state reflects the thinking of many Conservatives… but not, yet, the Government’s actual policy.
With traditional cluelessness, Westminster devolved planning policy without a carve-out for vital national infrastructure projects.
Mark Drakeford and his ministers are never slow to demand more powers, but seem much less keen on proper accountability.
The time for the restoration of our freedoms is here, and I’m not talking ‘liberty-lite’, but the ‘full-fat’ version.
When making the difficult decision to pursue an abortion, we must be sure that women are given a face-to-face consultation.
When the rules are set in Cardiff Bay and the tab is picked up in London, there are lots of cracks to fall through.
The only caveat is the attitude of the Welsh Labour Government, hell-bent on replacing the EU’s onerous regulations with their own.
Funding that was wasted by the EU should not be handed over to be wasted by the Welsh Government.
The Welsh government has found itself getting involved in an argument about sanitary towels, thanks to its bizarre policy.
A quarter-century of socialist rule has given the UK Opposition nothing to write home about, and Welsh voters much to regret.