Tory AM Nick Ramsay rejects leader's 'parliament' call

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A Welsh Conservative has challenged his group leader's call for the Welsh assembly to be renamed the Welsh Parliament.

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay, chair of the Tory assembly group, said there had not been much discussion among colleagues about it.

Andrew RT Davies said a name change would recognise the assembly's new primary law-making powers.

Mr Ramsay said this was not the group's position.

He spoke to Vaughan Roderick on Radio Wales' Sunday Supplement programme.

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