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Shock at death of Carl Sargeant

Welsh politics and Welsh housing were left shocked and saddened at the news about the death of Carl Sargeant. The former communities and children secretary was found dead at his home in Connah’s Quay at 11.30 on Tuesday morning. He… Read more »

First Minister reshuffles ministerial team

Rebecca Evans is the new minister for housing and regeneration in a reshuffle of personnel and portfolios announced by First Minister Carwyn Jones. The Gower AM was previously minister for social services and public health and will be deputy to… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

The Autumn issue of WHQ is out now. The print magazine is on its way to subscribers and everything will be going online in the next few days. The cover story features our theme for the issue: energy for Wales…. Read more »

Welfare questions for Wales

In answer to The Big Question posed at the CIH Cymru conference in Cardiff, there were times when it felt less like being ‘at the cliff edge’ than being one of those cartoon characters who runs beyond the cliff and… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

The Summer issue of WHQ is out now. Articles will be going online in the next few days and the print magazine is on its way to subscribers. The cover story inevitably features the aftermath of the appalling fire at… Read more »

Remembering Rhodri

Keith Edwards pays tribute to the late Rhodri Morgan.  I first met Rhodri when I was his warm up man at a CND public meeting in Llanishen in 1988. He didn’t remember this when he was kind enough to come… Read more »

The right to housing

Housing as a social right was at the centre of a passionate case for human rights made by Baroness Shami Chakrabarti at TAI. The Labour peer and former head of Liberty said that it was a matter of choosing sides:… Read more »

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