1. ITV Report

Carwyn Jones Census Meeting

New policies for the Welsh language Photo: ITV Cymru Wales

Welsh language supporters will be meeting the First Minister , Carwyn Jones later to call for policy changes following recent census results that showed Welsh speakers on the decline. Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg have taken out a number of newspaper adverts stating that people still want to " Live in Welsh " The group is calling for 26 recommendations to be adopted to tackle the problem.

Robin Farrar , Chair of Cymdeithas had this to say:

We very much hope the First Minister will respond positively to our recommendations to increase the number of Welsh speakers and Welsh language communities. We will be calling on him to acknowledge the crisis which faces the language and implement the recommendations in our "Maniffesto Byw". There's no point sitting back and accepting the Census results; with positive campaigning and political will, we can change our fate and that of our Welsh language communities

– Robin Farrar, Chair of Cymdeithas

The adverts will appear in the Western Mail , the Daily Post and Golwyg 360