Royston Jones writes: ‘I believe that when it comes to social housing we’re heading back into the past: the only question is, how far?’
Dr Alan Sandry writes: Now that the dust has settled, and the banners and posters have been retired to the attic, it is becoming more and more evident that the SNP won the Scottish Referendum. So where now for Wales?
Frances Jones-Davies writes the final editorial for the FINAL print issue of Cambria magazine.
John Dixon writes: I really can’t make up my mind whether Saunders Lewis did or did not have or express fascist sympathies. When I read one scholarly assessment I lean one way; when I read another, I lean the other. But I really don’t care a great deal.
The polls were rigged, not the vote argues Terry Breverton. It was never going to be close, based upon demographics. Tory leaders spread panic, in order to more easily implement the disenfranchisement of 40 Scots Labour MPs from voting on English affairs.