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12 December 2018
Now fight the cuts! Mark Drakeford has been elected as leader of Welsh Labour and will be elected as First Minister
28 November 2018
Islwyn Constituency Labour Party (CLP) has demanded Labour-led Caerphilly Council pass a no-cuts budget.
28 November 2018
Lecturers across Wales will be taking strike action over pay and workload on 4 and 13-14 December. This follows the fantastic ballot result of University and College Union (UCU) members who voted overwhelmingly to strike.
24 October 2018
The volatility of the political situation is obvious in Wales: by the time this year ends, every political party in the Welsh Assembly will have replaced its leader at least once.
30 May 2018
The Welsh government has announced, with great fanfare, handing the new £5 billion Wales and Borders rail franchise to multinational corporation KeolisAmey.
24 January 2018
We cannot go on like this. That is the substance of a letter from A&E consultants to the Welsh government to draw attention to the huge crisis in Welsh hospitals this winter.
18 October 2017
Haverfordwest is a small market town in south west Wales and in the marginal Preseli Pembrokeshire constituency of Tory MP and former secretary of state for Wales Stephen Crabb. On 14 October, the town centre was packed with around 300 people attending an anti-austerity rally
9 August 2017
Rail union RMT has condemned plans by the Welsh Labour government to further privatise the Welsh rail network
14 June 2017
There were a lot of red faces among the political establishment in Wales on 9 June, writes Dave Reid, Socialist Party Wales.
8 March 2017
Ford workers' warnings of a rundown of the Bridgend plant have unfortunately proved correct. Ford has leaked documents indicating the rundown of the plant over the next four years. The document projects the loss of 1,160 workers.
25 January 2017
Flintshire county council in North Wales has decided to buy back 55 council houses sold since 2005 when they become available on the market
26 October 2016
The Welsh government's budget inflicts cuts on some of the most deprived communities in W Europe
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