Official figures confirm the yawning gulf between rich and poor in Wales, with men in Blaenau Gwent dying an average eight years before their counterparts in Chelsea and Kensington.
It took a Liberal Democrat (for once not sitting on the fence) to sum up the difference: "This is the class divide at its most stark."
And Wales' chief medical officer, Dr Tony Jewell, said the gap between those with the best health and those with the worst is widening.
The gap between rich and poor, the haves and have-nots, is even more evident in people's life expectancy - a boy born in Chelsea and Kensington can expect to live to the age of 82.2 years, compared with just 74.2 in Blaenau Gwent.
Ten years of Labour has seen inequalities rising between rich and poor, seven years of devolution have done nothing to reverse that trend.
A New Year's revolution to abolish inequality seems appropriate.
Blwyddyn Newydd Dda!