Another four years of pain for public services in Wales? Under the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s current spending plans, public services in Wales could be facing another four years of cuts according to a new report jointly published today by two think tanks based at Cardiff University. Given growing demand and cost pressures, particularly for […]
New data released to coincide with the anniversary of the devolution referendum has revealed that, twenty years on, many Welsh people are markedly unimpressed by the difference that devolution has made to their daily lives. Published by the Wales Governance Centre, the findings examine public attitudes towards devolution since 1997. They show that although there […]
Monday 25 September 2017, Senedd This is event is sponsored by Elin Jones AM, Presiding Officer of the National Assembly for Wales We are very pleased to invite you to a public lecture with Sir Julian King, European Commissioner for the Security Union. At this special event, Sir Julian King will be speaking about the […]
12 September 2017, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London The day after the EU (Withdrawal) Bill is due to receive its second reading in the House of Commons and shortly before the Bill enters its committee stage for detailed consideration, this major one-day public event brings together leading parliamentarians and legal and constitutional specialists from across […]
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances the Wales Governance Centre 2017 Annual Lecture with Professor Joni Lovenduski on Wednesday 27th September has been cancelled. We are currently making arrangements for an alternative event and will release information when available. The Wales Governance Centre offers its apologies for this and any inconvenience caused. If you have any […]
One month after the 2017 UK General Election, Prof. Roger Scully of Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre shares his analysis of this trend-busting election and its implications for the political parties in Wales. This briefing was held on Wednesday 5th July 2017.
A Cardiff University politics student has received a prestigious award from one of the world’s most highly regarded and impactful scholarship programmes, the Fulbright Award. Jac Larner, a PhD student at the renowned Wales Governance Centre at Cardiff University, has received an All-Disciplines Fulbright Award to enable him to undertake study and research at the […]
Labour revival holding firm The revival in the fortunes of the Welsh Labour party is holding firm, while Plaid Cymru and the Liberal Democrats are on course for historically bad election results. These are the key messages to come out of the new Welsh Political Barometer poll, the very latest measure of where the parties […]
Huge leap in Labour support as Conservatives go into reverse in Wales Support for the Labour party in Wales has surged in the last two weeks, while the Conservative momentum in Wales appears to have gone into reverse. These are the key messages to come out of the new Welsh Political Barometer poll, the very […]
Professor Roger Scully of Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre delivers the pre-election briefing ahead of the snap General Election on June 8th. This briefing was held on Wednesday 17 May 2017.
- Welsh Government Budgetary Trade-offs: Looking Forward to 2021-22
- What has devolution ever done for us?
- Event: Sir Julian King – European Commissioner for the Security Union
- Event: The EU (Withdrawal) Bill: Principles, Powers and Parliaments
- CANCELLED: Wales Governance Centre 2017 Annual Lecture with Professor Joni Lovenduski on Wednesday 27th September