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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.
Plaid Cymru are launching their local election campaign with a focus on preserving local services and jobs in the face of cuts from central government.
Wales will be hit hard by the UK budget, according to Plaid Cymru and Welsh Labour. Plaid called for Welsh opposition to regional pay variation.
Two former chief constables have called for responsibility for policing in Wales to be devolved to the Welsh government.
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.
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