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Conservative AM Antoinette Sandbach explains to Lynn Courtney why access to high-speed broadband is vital for rural areas and why the lack of it is harming rural businesses.
Shadow Education Minister Angela Burns has been talking about the commission into affordable childcare she's chairing for the Welsh Conservatives. Opposition leader Andrew RT Davies announced her appointment at the party's conference in Swansea.
Alun Cairns MP, Nick Ramsay AM and Karen Robson discuss the themes of today's Welsh Conservative Conference with Adrian Masters.
In conversation with our Political Editor Adrian Masters, the Prime Minister defends his attack on the Welsh Government, saying it is "making mistakes" on the NHS, education and enterprise.
David Cameron says he leads a "very active, very pro-Wales, very pro-enterprise Government", committed to nuclear power on Anglesey and upgrading the M4.
In his speech to the Welsh Conservative conference David Cameron attacks the Welsh Government, saying "Wales needed the A-team but got the Muppet Show"
He tells Welsh Conservatives the UK is in "a global race against time" against competitor countries with extreme drive.
Opposition leader Andrew RT Davies will use his conference speech in Swansea to announce that he's setting up a commission to look at ways of providing what he calls 'proper, affordable childcare.' He's appointed Shadow Education Minister Angela Burns to head the commission. He'll tell delegates:
The Assembly's Opposition Leader is expected to tell his party's conference in Swansea that Wales 'feels more removed than it has ever been' because of Labour's dominance of Welsh politics. Andrew RT Davies will accuse Carwyn Jones' party of thinking 'they have a divine right to rule in Wales.'
In a jibe at a lack of major changes around the cabinet table, he'll say that 'some of [Labour's] ministers amongst the longest continuous serving ministers in the Western World. They'd make some of the Eastern Bloc waxworks proud with their longevity!'
The conference takes place at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea.
UK Cabinet ministers and senior Assembly politicians will be amongst the speakers at the party's Welsh conference in Swansea. It's being held at the Liberty stadium and delegates will be hoping some of Swansea's footballing success will add to their party's electoral prospects.