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Myth. Legend. Monty Python and FMQ's

Suzy Davies AM Photo: ITV News Wales

Ah ! How wonderful it is to hear the many and varied interests of our Assembly members.

First Minister's questions was hardly underway when we heard from several about their interest in the Heritage and Myths and Legends of Wales.

Suzy Davies was keen to ask the First Minister for the Welsh equivalent of the Return of the Elgin Marbles

The Leader of the Opposition, Andrew RT Davies was gripped by the subject of Educational Standards in Wales. With an eye to next week, when the international tables of comparison, known as the PISA results are published, he was concerned about how Wales would do?

He also had his own ideas when he heard that a famous comedy act was reuniting for one last show. He thought this was referring to a previous Government Minister.

Next to speak was the Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Kirsty Williams who made it plain she thought that there was absolutely no comedic value in any discussion about the PISA results

Meanwhile, the Leader of Plaid Cymru, Leanne Wood was concerned that Wales had been ' left off'' Europe's priority transport network, entitled to a share of 26 billion Euros. The so called TEN-T network indicates the ferry from Liverpool to Dublin as the main route between Britain and Ireland. The A 55 to Holyhead is not shown.

Leanne wanted to know what the First Minister was going to do about it!