20 October 2014
The commission on social mobility and child poverty says poor children from Wales lag behind those elsewhere in the UK.
Thousands of NHS staff in Wales vote "overwhelmingly" to take strike action in a row over pay, Unison says.
Poor pupils in Wales "lag behind" those elsewhere in Britain, according to the UK government's social mobility and child poverty commission.
Big investment projects like a £1bn M4 relief road for Newport could be paid for by the sale of government bonds.
Improvements still needed in elderly patient care
Nurse tells of the "heart-breaking" levels of low morale
Ditch 1970s funding formula for Wales, demands first minister
Nine Welsh secretaries mark post's 50th
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