Lee Waters posts an interesting piece about the fact that the senior civil service in Wales is not fit for purpose.
That's certainly the feeling of anyone who's had dealings with senior WAG bureaucrats, whose permanent secretary is answerable to London's civil service rather than the people of Wales.
Having a "Little London" in Cardiff Bay is not good for our democracy. But identifying a problem is only the first step. It's essential that the Welsh civil service is re-structured to meet the needs of Wales rather than ensuring that devolution is a partial and begrudging handing over of power from the mothership.