After a fine end to the day it will remain dry overnight with clear spells and light winds for most. Minimum temperature 2 deg C.Read the full story ›
The politicians have made their closing statements as the Wales Election Debate draws to a close.Read the full story ›
During the Wales Election Debate Nathan Gill said that the Welsh Assembly are 'not dealing with what they have got adequately' after being asked whether the Assembly should have more powers.
Leanne Wood then responded to Gill's claims by saying that the Welsh Assembly are 'not children.'
It follows an analogy he used to explain his point further by saying that 'when my children ask for more food I tell them to finish what's on their plate first.'
The politicians were asked how their parties could ensure people in Wales are paid a Living Wage whilst also maintaining a stable economy.Read the full story ›
During the Election Debate, the politicians were asked if their parties would challenge anti-immigration policies.Read the full story ›
During the Wales Election Debate an online tracker worm is analysing reaction on Twitter to see how party leaders are performing.
After completing the first hour of the Election Debate, the Twitter reaction leader board currently shows that Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood is in top position, with Labour's Owen Smith in last.
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In his opening statement, Ukip's Nathan Gill has said that his party has the 'most fair' immigration policies of all of the parties involved in the debate.
He also said that Ukip will 'fight' for British jobs for British people.
The Green Party's Pippa Bartolotti has said in the ITV Election Debate that 'austerity is a con' and that 'the books can be managed.'
She also said that the Green Party stands for new jobs, 'a clear signal to industry to invest in clean energy.'
Kirsty Williams has said that the Liberal Democrats have 'showed that there is a light at the end of the tunnel' and that they can provide 'opportunities for everyone.'
She also said that the Liberal Democrats have reduced taxes for the lowest paid, secured extra resources for Wales' poorest pupils and have restored the link between pensions and earnings.
Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood has said in her opening statement that her Party want to end the 'obsession' with cutting services in Wales.
She also said that Plaid want to bring the deficit down over time and that the Party can be trusted to get 'the very best deal for Wales at all times.'