Opposition leader sets out his thoughts on some of the problems thrown up by the debate over changing the way Wales is run
Labour AM Mick Antoniw sets out the case for radical change in the way Wales is run to end the 'dysfunctional' present system.
Plaid Cymru MP Jonathan Edwards claims the major dividing line in politics is now between nationalism and unionism
Plaid Cymru has criticised comments by Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith about the future of devolution in tonight's Face to Face programme. Mr Smith says there should be joint decision-making by Wales and England in important areas like Higher Education funding and social care.
But Plaid's Rhodri Glyn Thomas claims the remarks show there's still an anti-devolution strain in the Labour party.
It's not the most controversial motion ever to be debated in the Senedd but that's not why Plaid Cymru have tabled it. It's more a salute to the man who has led them since 2000. The Assembly is being asked to agree that it:
Welcomes the progress made in securing enhanced devolved powers resulting from the successful referendum in 2011; recognises the widespread support for further devolution; and looks forward to further advances in the devolution of powers, including fiscal responsibility.
The idea is to provide a platform for Ieuan Wyn Jones to give his final speech as party leader and if opposition politicians are so inclined to join Plaid Cymru AMs in singing his praises.