The former presiding officer of the Assembly says he'll stay away from the Senedd when tributes are paid to Margaret Thatcher.
The artist says he used coal to reflect her 'controversial actions' to close south Wales mines
All three Armed Services are to play a role Baroness Thatcher's funeral with particular reference to the Falklands conflict.
David Jones today used his speech at the Conservative Party Conference to criticise Labour for failing to use devolution effectively to deal with Wales' problems.
The Welsh Secretary called on ministers to work more closely with the UK Government.
Meanwhile, Andrew RT Davies has questioned the future of the Secretary of State's role.
The Welsh Secretary has accused Labour of failing to use devolution to deal with Wales' problems.
David Jones told the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester that Welsh ministers must work more closely with the UK Government.
The Welsh Conservative leader has called for a debate on abolishing the Wales Office. Andrew RT Davies says creating a powerful 'Department of the Nations' could give Wales a stronger voice in Westminster than the current set-up.
It's being seen as a veiled criticism of the present Wales Office which is led by a Conservative Secretary of State. Andrew RT Davies says change could prevent Wales being 'marginalised' at a UK level.
The Prime Minister has refused to say when there'll be a decision on giving the Welsh Government some tax and borrowing powers. A decision had been expected last Spring but David Cameron says there is now no date planned.
The Tory leader has also repeated his criticism of the Welsh Government's handling of the health service. He's been speaking to our Political Editor Adrian Masters.
Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies has said that 'no-one, but no-one should ever forget' the valuable work activists do for the party. He was responding to reports that a senior aide to the Prime Minister called grassroots Tories 'swivel-eyed loons.'
The Assembly Opposition leader praised 'all the members...who work tirelessly on behalf of our party' and said he not only appreciates the work they do but classes himself as one of them, adding that 'the only I way I sit here is because of their work.'
Opposition leader Andrew RT Davies has admitted that his party's performance in last week's council elections on Anglesey was 'not good enough.' Conservatives failed to win any seat and picked up just 6% of the vote, behind UKIP which achieved 7%.
Mr Davies said that 'we failed to communicate with the electorate' and that it was 'not good enough' just to have candidates in the field. He said the party would learn from that and added that 'We know where our fault lines lie and they'll be ruthlessly - and I mean ruthlessly - sorted out.'
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.