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Over a quarter of people in Wales fear the struggle to keep a roof over their heads in the shadow of austerity, housing charity Shelter Cymru says.
Plaid Cymru has attacked Westminster's cuts to council tax benefits and has accused the Welsh Government of failing to protect Wales’ poorest households.
The census figures on religion for England and Wales have been described as “challenging but not discouraging,” by the Methodist General Secretary.
Elections for police and crime commissioners in England and Wales have been denounced as 'shambolic'. The Home Secretary is being asked to act urgently.
As US voters go to the polls today, Archbishop Desmond Tutu invoked the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. on a brief but enthusiastic visit to Wales.
The general secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC) has praised the covenanting process of five church denominations in Wales.
Churches from a variety of denominations in Wales have been discussing ways of eradicating long-standing divisions between Christians.
Simon Barrow, co-director of Christian think-tank Ekklesia, is the keynote speaker at Cristnogaeth 21's (Christianity 21's) annual conference in Wales.
Plaid Cymru have attacked the Conservatives and Labour for failing to support the introduction of a Robin Hood Tax on financial transactions.
Ekklesia co-director Simon Barrow appears on BBC Radio Wales' 'All Things Considered' programme at 9am on Sunday 29 April 2012. It lasts around 30 minutes and is also available afterwards as a Podcast.