Wales TUC president sets out the achievements of Welsh workers over the past year - and looks to the battles ahead
A government guided by common sense would respond to news that publicly owned Royal Mail has increased profits to £403 million by scrapping plans to flog off the service.
Foreign Minister Alistair Burt's admission that the Cameron government has "supported" a survey of attitudes to US drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal areas amounts to a tacit admission of British involvement.
Lord Feldman says that he didn't call grassroots Tories "mad swivel-eyed loons" while his accusers stand by their stories that he did.
Fire Minister Brandon Lewis probably had a fair idea what Sir Ken Knight would deliver when he asked him to conduct an "independent" report into fire and rescue services in England.
Unite national officer Dominic Hook's description of the latest jobs massacre at RBS as "brutal and irresponsible" says it all about a bank that is 81 per cent publicly owned but has no public allegiance.
Britain's latest jobless figures stand as stark condemnation of George Osborne's refusal to face reality and admit that his austerity agenda is a killer for jobs and workers' living standards.
Shouldn't the small group of private conglomerates backed by the government to take over our public services be expected at least to dream up new excuses for poor performance?
Actionaid's revelation of the scale of British corporate involvement with tax havens exposes the yawning gap between government rhetoric and reality.
"Where is the fairness, we ask, for the shift-worker, leaving home in the dark hours of the early morning, who looks up at the closed blinds of their next door neighbour sleeping off a life on benefits?"