• 11 Apr 2019

    Millions of people who voted for Brexit are furious that Britain didn’t leave the EU on March 29th – so what do they make of yet another delay? Our home affairs correspondent Andy Davies has returned to Pontypool in the south Wales valleys to ask voters about the latest deadline and what they think should…

  • 5 Apr 2019

    Yesterday, voters in Newport West had the chance to give their verdict on parliament’s handling of the UK’s EU departure.

  • 17 Jan 2019

    A major nuclear power project in North Wales has collapsed because of massive borrowing costs, which the Japanese firm Hitachi couldn’t afford – and the British government would only partially cover. This programme has been told that Hitachi needed to borrow £9 billion for the project to succeed. But the company calculated it would have to fork out another…

  • 2 Dec 2018

    Wales is about to get a new First Minister – as voting comes to an end in Welsh Labour’s election to decide their new leader. Members of the party and affiliated groups like unions will have until tomorrow to cast their votes. Inevitably, perhaps, Brexit has featured prominently in the campaign. And as First Minister…

  • 4 Jun 2018

    The government is to consider making a multi-billion pound investment in a new nuclear power station. The Business Secretary told the Commons that the government is considering sharing in the construction costs of a new plant at Wylfa in Anglesey in North Wales. There’s no decision yet on another major energy project in Wales, the…

  • 27 Dec 2017

    It’s been a difficult day if you were trying to get somewhere, either to see or perhaps to flee family. Snowfall across England and Wales has seen closures, on the roads, on the rails and in the air and there are warnings of freezing temperatures and ice tonight.

  • 19 Dec 2017

    A 32-year-old woman was found dead in a park in the heart of Cardiff. She had been sleeping rough in a tent. This is Lindy Louise Pring’s story, told with the help of those who loved her.

  • 10 Dec 2017

    Major roads were brought to a standstill, flights were suspended and railways disrupted as heavy snow and high winds hit large parts of England and Wales.

  • 23 Nov 2017

    The First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones has triggered an investigation into his own conduct over claims that he misled the Welsh Assembly over allegations of bullying.

  • 9 Nov 2017

    An emotional First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones has today insisted he “acted by the book” in his treatment of former assembly member Carl Sargeant, who was found dead on Tuesday. Mr Sargeant, who was facing allegations of “unwanted attention, inappropriate touching or groping”, had been sacked from the Welsh government days earlier. His family…

  • 8 Nov 2017

    Welsh politics is still reeling from the sudden, apparent suicide, of Carl Sargeant yesterday. Today Carl Sargeant’s family claimed, in a statement, when it came to the party’s handling of allegations concerning his personal conduct, he was ‘denied natural justice; and any support during the process other than from friends and family.

  • 7 Jun 2017

    The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has also been criss-crossing the country: Jon Snow caught up with him as he arrived at Colwyn Bay in North Wales, but he declined to give him an interview.

  • 25 Apr 2017

    Theresa May has been quick to exploit a new poll suggesting that the Conservative Party is on target for a first election win in Wales in 167 years.

  • 30 Mar 2017

    The bodies of five people have been found with the wreckage of a missing helicopter in Snowdonia in North Wales.

  • 31 Jan 2017

    The Labour MP, and one-time leadership challenger, Owen Smith, will be voting against the bill triggering Article 50. And he’s made clear his opposition to the Trump travel ban. But what do the people in his Pontypridd constituency think?