3 March 2015 Last updated at 18:32

Deal was 'rushed' and 'incoherent' Carwyn Jones

A new devolution package for Wales was prepared in a "rushed, incoherent and unsatisfactory" way, the first minister says.


Smacking (Posed by models)Smacking ban to be put to the vote

A vote on whether smacking children should be banned in Wales takes place in the assembly later.

Councillor Phil BaleCouncil leader refuses to resign

Cardiff council leader Phil Bale rejects calls to resign, saying he is "absolutely committed" to doing the job of running the city.

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St David's Day celebrations continue at Westminster

Children from the London Welsh School have presented Speaker John Bercow with daffodils to mark St David's Day.

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Agreement, what agreement?

I don't think anyone should be surprised by the bad blood that's already surrounding the so-called St David's Day agreement.

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