These articles do not necessarily express the views of YesCymru but are provided to provoke discussion and share information about the possibilities in an independent Wales.
The economic questions about independence have been answered – but are politicians listening?
September 25, 2019
In Nation Cymru on 13th September, Mick Antoniw joined the debate on independence, raising not unreasonable questions about the economics of independence that need to be answered, and I am happy to do so.Read More Share
Wales has woken up to independence – so the campaign of our lives starts now
September 14, 2019
Yesterday, the Welsh independence movement firmly moved from the margins and into the mainstream.Read More Share
The Merthyr independence march is an opportunity to forge a new Wales
September 07, 2019
Today, thousands of us will march in Merthyr calling for Wales’ independence and the symbolism and significance of this cannot be understated.Read More Share
YesCymru going from strength to strength as support for independence grows
August 20, 2019
It’s been an extraordinary year so far for campaigners for Welsh independence. The first march for independence took place in Cardiff in May and attracted over 3,000 participants, drawing media attention far beyond Wales....Read More Share
A hostile Westminster is waking Wales up to independence – will Welsh Labour wake up too?
August 05, 2019
I’ve purposefully waited to write this article until now. Until Roger Awan-Scullly’s latest poll showing Labour in second place in Assembly and Westminster voting intentions, until Boris’ ‘tour’ and creation of a ‘Minister of...Read More Share
Wales may have to reassess independence if the UK breaks up, First Minister says
July 08, 2019
First Minister Mark Drakeford has indicated that his government would reconsider Welsh independence as an option, if the UK broke up.Read More Share
Independence ‘will benefit England as much as Wales’ says Adam Price
June 27, 2019
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price has called on the nations of Britain to adopt a model of cooperation based on Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg once they achieve independence.Read More Share
Westminster has left Wales behind – only independence can save us now
March 28, 2019
If you’re used to flying from English provincial airports, taking a trip from Cardiff Airport is quite a strange experience.Read More Share
The I-Word: What does independence mean, anyway?
July 30, 2018
If you’re reading this, you’re either curious about independence or one of the faithful. Stop and ask yourselves, “How do we define independence for other people?”Read More Share
Audio: Winning the currency debate ‘crucial’ to Welsh independence
July 23, 2018
Winning the debate about currency would be crucial to the success of any campaign for Welsh independence, according to Swansea University economist Dr. John Ball.Read More Share