CAT SMITH: Changes to voting arrangements represent the first step on a slippery slope.
VAUGHAN GETHING: Wales needs a Labour government with a long-term strategy to make it fairer, stronger, and ready for the challenge of a changing world.
NANCY PLATTS: In this most undemocratic of Democracy Weeks, let us recognise that the institutions voters see – distant, unaccountable and crumbling – were designed for another age.
MATT SINGH: There is nothing inevitable about Labour winning the next general election.
ALISTAIR CLARK: Given the results of the local elections, and coming on top of last year’s general election, England is now a nation with no overall control.
NANCY PLATTS: A ‘kinder, gentler politics’ means fixing Westminster’s broken system.