Wales first minister Carwyn Jones 'satisfied with progress'
As the Welsh assembly prepares to close down for the Christmas break, Wales's first minister has declared himself happy with his government's achievements over the past year.
Carwyn Jones told BBC Wales his administration had provided support packages for the economy and fought Wales's corner with the UK government.
Mr Jones denied opposition parties' claims of complacency and lack of leadership within his government and said he planned to seek inward investment by "selling Wales" to the world next year.
He spoke to Dragon's Eye presenter Bethan Lewis.