Wales TUC president sets out the achievements of Welsh workers over the past year - and looks to the battles ahead
Just as neoliberal politicians have succeeded in misrepresenting the economic crisis precipitated by the actions of private banks, so have the advocates of a European superstate.
David Cameron's refusal to order a full independent public inquiry into the conspiracy surrounding the murder of solicitor Pat Finucane in Belfast in 1989 is inexcusable and must be reversed.
Christmas 2012 will be a miserable time for many families in Britain because of the government programme of cutting workers' pay, pensions, benefits and essential services.
There's a clear message being sent to NHS patients and it's that whatever else you go down with, don't cop for cancer.
Jacintha Saldanha's death is a tragedy for her partner, her children, her wider family and friends, but it should also give our society a jolt of reality.
Rail unions understand what caused the West Coast Main Line £100 million franchise cock-up. People working on the system can see clearly what's wrong. Rail users know just what the problem is.
George Osborne can spout all the figures he likes about the wealthy being made to pay their fair share, but no-one can take his words seriously.
Former Australian jungle resident Nadine Dorries may have an unpleasant obsession with restricting women's rights to control their own fertility, but she was spot on in her characterisation of the Tory Party leadership.
We hear a lot about red tape and bureaucracy from Tory types, often when it comes to laws that save people's lives.
William Hague's denial of Israel media reports that our government plans to recall its ambassador from Tel Aviv in response to Israel's colonisation plans is the wrong message to send.