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Spending decisions made by Rishi Sunak mean Welsh businesses are better off under a full lockdown.
The prohibition on travel into Wales from tier two and three areas in England will depend upon the public enforcing it themselves.
The health crises envisaged when the devolved institutions were created could be solved using the policy levers available to devolved parliaments – but the novel coronavirus can't.
With no actual data, the government fell foul of the “garbage in, garbage out” problem.
The proposals would help eliminate childhood hunger and guarantee agricultural standards after Brexit.
The levers pulled by the British government are similar to those being eyed by the devolved governments – but what has been left out?
Rising support for Scottish and Welsh independence has been matched by a new awareness of “the English government”.
Worldwide, over 330 million people are employed in the tourism and travel sector, with 3.1 million of them in the UK. Now those jobs are at risk.
The First Minister's time at the top has been difficult, but our latest poll shows that his standing has begun to increase.
These are the questions on austerity, policy changes, devolution and Brexit that should underpin our domestic political coverage of the crisis.
The party needs to recover its sense of what it is to win again.