The independence movement is growing in Wales but it’s not clear whether it would be able to go it alone.
The election of this relatively unobtrusive man has the potential to change the landscape of Welsh politics.
Though his departure is under a cloud of suspicion, Andrew RT Davies has always been one of a few politicians who told it as he saw it.
First Minister Carwyn Jones is due to face intense scrutiny as an investigation into the dismissal of former AM Carl Sargeant begins.
Scotland said no, so why would Wales say yes to letting the UK take over devolved powers?
The UK doesn’t have enough evidence to back votes for 16 and 17-year-olds.
Compulsory participation could solve Wales’s political disengagement problem.
Democracy relies on political education.
Populist politics could be key to giving Wales a new public sphere.
Impartiality and accountability are at risk when local media fails to act.
Welsh Labour and Plaid exceeded expectations in the election - will the Conservatives ever be able to catch up?
Aneurin Bevan is reputed to have said that for a Welshman to vote Tory would be ‘an act of naked treachery to his country’ – an attitude that may have served in Welsh Labour’s favour.
For the Welsh Tories, this election has become an internal battle.
The manifesto is clear: Labour can achieve more if it has power in both Westminster and Cardiff Bay.
Without Rhodri Morgan, Wales would not be where it is politically today.
Former first minister Rhodri Morgan was the man who shaped modern Wales.
The 2017 general election is a battle to protect the progressive heart of Wales.
Is Wales about to be shaken by a Conservative earthquake?
Leanne Wood: socialist, republican, feminist – and the woman who is changing the face of Welsh politics.
Things really didn’t go as expected – and the pressure is on.