Finding IndyWales’ postcapitalist desire

With an unceasing accumulation of crises testing the structural integrity of the United Kingdom, it’s unsurprising that the possibility of an independent Welsh state is becoming increasingly normalised in popular consciousness. After suffering helplessly under a Tory austerity that the people of Wales have never consented to, a true popular front is emerging in which most liberal-left activists, organisations and campaign groups appear willing to countenance the efficacy of ‘IndyWales’ as a vehicle for progressive political change.

Full article available at Voice.Wales