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20 April 2014 Last updated at 07:50 ET

Teachers' pay move 'inevitable'Classroom scene

Decisions on teachers' pay and conditions will "inevitably" be devolved to Wales, says a teaching union.


Baroness Gale'No fear' over all-women shortlists

A Labour peer says men in the party have "absolutely nothing to worry about" as a result of plans to increase the number of elected women politicians.

A civil enforcement officer in Ceredigion£30m parking charges under fire

Local councils are urged to be open about whether they are using parking charges to raise income or to manage traffic.

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

Where does the NHS row go next?

Even by the standards of recent weeks, David Cameron's attack on the NHS in his conference speech at Llangollen was startling.

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

Tax 'slap in the face for Wales'

Plaid Cymru have used a debate on the Finance Bill to highlight differences between Labour in Wales and at the party Westminster.

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