20 October 2014 Last updated at 14:23 ET

NHS workers vote to strike over payUnison banner

Thousands of NHS staff in Wales vote "overwhelmingly" to take strike action in a row over pay, Unison says.


Boy running through narrow streetsPoor pupils 'lag behind' rest of UK

Poor pupils in Wales "lag behind" those elsewhere in Britain, according to the UK government's social mobility and child poverty commission.

BanknotesBond sales could pay for new roads

Big investment projects like a £1bn M4 relief road for Newport could be paid for by the sale of government bonds.

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David Cornock Article written by David Cornock David Cornock Parliamentary correspondent, Wales

Poor Welsh children 'lagging behind' rest of UK

The commission on social mobility and child poverty says poor children from Wales lag behind those elsewhere in the UK.

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Nick Servini Article written by Nick Servini Nick Servini Political editor, Wales

Devolution: where next?

So what have we learnt from the concentration of speeches and debates on the future of devolution this week?

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