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The Anglican Archbishop of Wales believes that the Occupy movement is embodying concerns which ought to be central to the Christian message.
Plaid Cymru have called for a windfall tax on the profits of energy companies to support people on low incomes during a period of massive energy price hikes.
The chair of the Welsh Language Society has been removed from Parliament by police while protesting against cuts to Welsh medium television.
Welsh speakers have expressed alarm that a decision by Ofcom could leave a predominantly Welsh-speaking area without Welsh medium radio.
The Church in Wales has appointed its first woman as Dean, following the announcement that the Very Rev Alun Hawkins is to retire in Bangor.
Plaid Cymru has said Parliament should be recalled as military action in Libya is in danger of going beyond the original aim of protecting civilians.
Civic organisations, language activists and trades unions have launched an umbrella group to fight the cuts to the Welsh language television channel S4C.
The Welsh referendum on 3 March 2011 has produced a resounding 'yes' for the country's National Assembly having full law-making powers.
The ‘Yes for Wales’ campaign has urged voters to ‘go out and vote Yes’ in today's (3 March 2011) referendum on the future of the National Assembly.
Faith communities as well as secular groups, charities, businesses, environmentalists and women are backing a 'Yes' vote in the Welsh Assembly referendum.