Welsh Secretary David Jones has described 2012 as a "golden year for Great Britain" as he refelects on the success of the Olympics
Welsh Secretary David Jones MPs will face questions about his department's record over the last year from MPs on the Welsh Affairs committee
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters shares all the days events from the Welsh Secretary of States first Welsh Welsh Questions and the PMQ's
Welsh Secretary David Jones has said the UK Government would be liable for any future Welsh Government debt.
His comments came as MPs debated plans which could see the Welsh Government given power to borrow money for major construction projects. But he said any Welsh debt would still be the ultimate responsibility of Westminster.
Police are appealing for help to find two children who have gone missing from their home in Darlaston.
Sophie Fletcher, 12, and Jack Fletcher, 10, are believed to have left their home in Moxley Road either overnight or early this morning.
Before leaving they packed a bag of clothes and took cash from the house.
There is suggestion that the youngsters may try to travel by tain to a previous holiday destination in Borth, Wales.
Sophie is 5ft 2ins tall, has collar length brown hair and blue eyes.
Jack is 5ft tall, has blonde hair and a half-inch scar on his forehead.
Police are continuing to search for the missing children.
It's emerged that some tax powers could be transferred to Wales sooner than had been expected. Welsh Secretary David Jones told MPs that control of some of the smaller taxes recommended in the recent Silk Commission could be added to legislation already due to be considered in the House of Commons.
He said the transfer of taxes such as stamp duty, landfill tax and business rates could form part of a Finance Bill - the legislation which follows a budget, rather than having to wait for a separate Wales bill. That could mean being added to this year's Finance Bill but next year is more likely.
Welsh control over part of the income tax system - another Silk Commission recommendation - will have to wait, however. MPs from all parties acknowledged that would need a referendum and Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith said it would have to follow funding reform and be a proven benefit to Wales.
MPs get their first big debate later on proposals to transfer control of some taxes, including part of income tax, to the Welsh Government. Over the course of two sessions, Welsh MPs will discuss the recommendations of the Silk Commission which reported before Christmas.
The Commission recommended that Welsh ministers should be responsible for raising some of the money it spends through a range of taxes. It also said that the Welsh Government should have the power to vary income tax here in Wales.
The proposals will be discussed in detail for the first time in a meeting of the Welsh Grand committee in which all MPs from Wales take part along with a handful of members from other constituencies.
The Welsh Secretary, David Jones, has expressed his pleasure at today's Network Rail announcement.
Mr Jones described a modern rail network in Wales as "crucial" for the growth of the country's economy.
– David Jones MP, Welsh Secretary
As a regular rail user, I know that the re-signalling of many rail lines across Wales can only be good news for all passengers and I am particularly pleased that the important north-south line links will be some of the first to be upgraded. The Newport to Shrewsbury re-signalling also marks the start of the build programme for electrification of South Wales mainline which we announced last year.
He also welcomed news that the mainline between London and Cardiff will be electrified by 2018.
The floods which hit Ruthin and St Asaph earlier this month caught many by surprise but residents on the Glasdir estate were given warning thanks to local postmen.
An on duty-postman summoned help from some of his colleagues to try to save valuables and check people were ok.
Today, Welsh Secretary David Jones went back to say a personal thank you. Ian Lang was with him.
It's normally the postie's job to deliver gifts at this time of year but today a postman in Ruthin will be the one receiving a special delivery.
Following the floods earlier this month, Welsh Secretary David Jones, will visit the Glasdir Estate in Ruthin to offer his personal thanks to the postman who summoned help from the local sorting office as he began to see the water rising.
Eleven staff came out to help residents save their valuables and check that people were safe.
As a gift to say thank you the Welsh Secretary will give the staff a bottle of House of Commons scotch.