London 2012: Questions over Olympic benefits for Wales
As Cardiff prepares to host the first event of the 2012 Olympic Games in less than two weeks' time, politicians are debating whether much benefit is coming to Wales.
Plaid Cymru MP Hywel Williams says far too few spin-offs are filtering through to areas outside London.
Labour MP Chris Evans insists Wales will get a big boost from the games in terms of tourism without responsibility for huge new capital projects.
But Conservative AM Suzy Davies thinks the Labour Welsh government could have done more to maximise the returns from hosting Olympic football at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
They spoke to Aled ap Dafydd on the Sunday Politics on BBC Wales.