Pontypridd AM Mick Antoniw really does have some brass neck. He has currently been banning the drum on several projects associtaed with employees rights.
The abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board has been troubling him greatly - despite the fact that this organisation no longer serves any useful purpose as workers are protected by the minimum wage.
Then just last week he reported that he
"Asked Minister and leader of the House about corporate governance in Wales. 111 Welsh workers blacklisted for being members of a trades union or raising health and safety issues. some of these companies have received contracts from Welsh Gov worth millions over the years."
Now I would not suggest for one minute that the practice of blacklisting anyone for being part of a union should be condoned - nor indeed for not being part of a union! But for Mr Antoniw of all people to be taking this holier than thou attitude is a bit rich.
He is of course a former partner in Thompsons solicitors - reprimanded by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and made to pay costs amounting to £88,000 for irregularities involving miners' compensation claims.
Last week Wales Online carried an article in which it was claimed he refused to give his own employee - an RCT Councillor - time off to attend Council meetings, even though he is legally entitled to such time.
The double standards shown are quite breathtaking, but then we have come to expect little else from him. He did after all rent a house on Llantrisant for a couple of months prior to the Assembly election merely to have a Pontypridd constituency address to put on his ballot paper. He actually lives in Newport.
Those he purports to represent really do deserve better.