Wales 'moving forward, despite tough times', says Jones
The people of Wales "do not deserve to be told their country is bottom of the pile, time after time", First Minister Carwyn Jones has said.
Launching the Welsh government's annual progress report, he said insisted progress was being made on the economy and public services.
But opposition parties claim targets, especially in health and education, were constantly being missed.
The report looks at how ministers are performing on 550 commitments, mostly made when Labour was elected in 2011.
BBC Wales political editor Nick Servini reports.
03 Jun 2014