The National Assembly's Independent Standards Commissioner is investigating following a reported argument involving Labour AM Keith Davies and staff at a Cardiff Bay hotel early yesterday morning.
It's understood that the row took place at the five-star St. David's hotel in which the Assembly reserves rooms for AMs from outside the Cardiff area. Mr. Davies, who narrowly won Llanelli for Labour last year, had earlier been at a birthday party for a political lobbyist.
Confirming that the Clerk (or Chief Executive) of the Assembly had referred the matter to the independent Standards Commissioner, a spokesman made the following statement:
Welsh Labour has made only the following short statement:
St. David's Hotel has refused to comment, saying that it never makes any comment relating to guests staying at the hotel.