There is (as usual) a thoughtful article by John Dixon on his Borthlas Blog on what to do about Labour?.
I will not repeat his wording here you really read it but he does point out the problem that Wales has with a Labour Party that even in bad years seems permanently to be the largest party in the Welsh Assembly.
Take the latest opinion polls (discredited or not) provided by elections in Wales provided by Elections in Wales
Some may see this ability to defy a radical Westminster Government on at least some domestic fronts as the chief achievement of devolution – and it does provide a marked contrast to situation Wales faced in the 80s & 90s. But the real advantage devolution offers is the platform it provides to fashion an alternative political narrative. And that’s an advantage that has yet to be fully explored.
None of what I’ve argued lets the Welsh Government off the hook for its performance on policies and their implementation. But it does remind us that the devolution project was primarily about where power lies. The challenge now facing devolutionists is that unless the way those powers are used is sharpened up there is a risk that support for giving some powers back to Westminster may grow.