Gwynoro Jones and Dr. John Ball discuss independence for Wales at a time when opinion polls suggest that over 20% of the people of Wales support full self-government.
The growth of Yes Cymru, implications of leaving the European Union, future of the devolution settlement, and now concerns over the implications of the Internal Market Bill for Wales and its Parliament’s powers.
New parties are forming but there is still caution from those who want more detail on what independence really is. Indeed others argue that the existing Welsh Parliament should be abolished.
Questions about can Wales stand on its own two feet, can we afford it? Is Wales too small a nation?
There are so many issues raised and debated - around the economy, the currency, the borders, employment, health, the quality of our representatives in the existing Senedd, relationships with other countries including the other home nations.
It is a question, which has dominated Welsh politics at differing times throughout the last hundred years - why can't the Welsh nation go it alone?
Here, they discuss all this with Alan Evans, editor of Wales News Online, and Llanelli Online .