Readers of the Western Mail will have digested something of a spat in its letters column over the role of the main Welsh committee at Westminster.
The select committee on Welsh affairs chairman, Hywel Francis, has been defending his crew from criticism over its role in the devolved world.
The MPs say their committee has just completed "the busiest year in its history". Dr Francis has certainly been busy, attending 43 out of 44 meetings during the year.
The former Welsh Secretary, Alun Michael, managed 40 of the 44 meetings. Tory frontbencher David Jones made it to three quarters of committee gatherings.
Tory backbenchers were less regular attenders at the main Welsh forum for holding the Government to account. Monmouth MP David Davies made it to just five of the 44, an attendance record explained by diary clashes with his membership of the more prestigious Home Affairs Committee.
Mark Pritchard made it to 12 meetings. Labour MP Martyn Jones was present at nine gatherings.
The overall attendance record was 54.1 per cent, although it drops to below half if you take out Dr Francis and Mr Michael.
You can check out the scores for yourself here.