Roger Awan-Scully

Mark Drakeford still has the support of Welsh voters

Mark Drakeford (photo: Getty)

In the current circumstances it is strange to recall that, until very recently, a common complaint of devolved politicians in Wales – as well as academics studying devolved politics – was a lack of media attention and profile. The ill-wind of Covid-19 has blown few people much good, but has unquestionably done a lot to raise awareness of some of the realities of devolved government.

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