Regional benefits 'confusion' claim
Welsh ministers have accused the UK coalition government of "a great deal of confusion"over the idea of regional benefits.
The confusion claim arose because the line about regional benefits was dropped from a speech the Prime Minister gave earlier on Monday.
However, Downing Street then confirmed that David Cameron does want to look at a system which would mean benefits claimants in different parts of the UK would receive different rates of payment.
Political reporter Mark Hannaby reports, while BBC Wales political editor Betsan Powys is interviewed about the reaction in Wales.