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Political Editor Adrian Masters caught up with Ed Miliband after his speech at the Welsh Labour Party Conference in Llandudno.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is to promise that his Shadow Cabinet will come to Wales within the next year.
He's expected to tell Welsh Labour's conference in Llandudno that he wants his team to look at 'practical examples' of actions by Carwyn Jones' Welsh Government to 'inform' the party's manifesto for 2015.
He'll be sharing a stage with First Minister Carwyn Jones to take questions from delegates and is expected to build on comments he made in Birmingham yesterday but add that Carwyn Jones and the Welsh Labour Government are 'acting to provide shelter from the storm.'
Adrian Masters speaks to Carwyn Jones after his conference speech.
Our political editor Adrian Masters caught up with Stephen Doughty MP, Councillor Siobhan Corria and Joyce Watson AM at the conference in Llandudno.
Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith has told the Welsh Labour conference that devolution "will shift and evolve, ebb and flow" and that unless Labour is vigilant, it can risk division and undermine the redistribution of tax revenues to Wales from the wealthier areas of England.
In his speech to delegates in Llandudno, Mr Smith was especially critical of Plaid Cymru's call for the Welsh Government to take responsibility for social security and the Conservatives' demand that any devolved power over income tax is used to cut the rate paid by high earners.
The First Minister has made a strong and highly personal defence of controversial plans to change the health service in Wales.
Speaking at Welsh Labour's conference in Llandudno, Carwyn Jones, said his government would not change course.
He said the NHS was 'ingrained' in his and his party's DNA and he set out very personal reasons for that support, telling delegates about the death of one of his grandmothers at a young age and referring to even more personal experience of the health service.
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Sources close to the First Minister say his speech to Welsh Labour's conference in Llandudno will be highly personal.