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Shared Walls and Shared Lives

Archaeologist Pippa Pemberton celebrates the ubiquitous Welsh terrace, and argues this structure can be adapted into an...

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We Need a New Deal for Tenants

Adam Johannes on the Renting Homes (Wales) Bill and argues it fails to protect ‘Generation Rent’ from insecure and expensive...

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Welsh Keywords: Cywilydd

In the sixteenth contribution to our Welsh Keywords series, Mair Rees reflects on how for her the word ‘cywilydd’...

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No Birth Ever Goes to Plan

Jess Rose draws on her experience of childbirth to analyse the impact of downgrading maternity services, and invites...

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Corbyn for Cymru?

Huw L. Williams meets Jeremy Corbyn at the Bevan Stones in Tredegar and reflects on the implications of Corbyn’s...

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