The UK Government should admire and learn from Wales, Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith will claim later. In a speech to the Welsh Labour conference in Swansea, he'll announce that the Welsh Government would be given responsibility for the Work Programme, which is aimed at the long term unemployed, if Labour gains power at Westminster.
Mr Smith will also say that Labour "has got its mojo back" under Ed Miliband, who yesterday pledged a series of new powers for the Welsh Assembly if he becomes Prime Minister.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has promised a Welsh parliament with sweeping new powers over ports, energy and a greater say over policing. He made that pledge at the party's Welsh conference in Swansea this afternoon.
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters reports:
Plaid Cymru have questioned Ed Miliband's pledges over more powers and fair funding for Wales, pointing out that he gave "no commitment that a Labour government would deliver parity with Scotland."
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Labour leader Ed Miliband has told the Welsh Labour conference what extra powers a Labour Government at Westminster would devolve to Wales. In his speech to delegates in Swansea, he referred to the National Assembly as "the Welsh Parliament" and pre-empted the conclusion of cross-party talks aimed at delivering an agreement by St David's Day.
On one of the issues that's believed to have caused the most difficultly during the talks chaired by Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb -the devolution of policing- the Labour leader announced that his party intended to implement a compromise solution.
The Labour leader said nothing about the further devolution of tax raising powers but promised that the party would make sure that Wales was not " "unfairly disadvantaged" by the Barnett formula.
Ed Miliband has pledged to devolve greater powers over policing to Wales, under a Labour government.
Speaking at the Welsh Labour Conference in Swansea, the party leader said Wales would get a fair funding settlement, and more powers over ports, election and energy.
Ed Miliband has told the Welsh Labour Conference in Swansea he would hold an "independent root-and-branch review of the culture and practice of HMRC" if Labour wins the next general election.
In his speech to the Welsh Labour conference, First Minister Carwyn Jones announced that the Welsh Government is creating a new Entrepreneurship Support scheme to encourage new businesses and jobs. It will be partly financed with European Union aid.
The Welsh Conservatives have hit back at criticism from First Minister Carwyn Jones at Welsh Labour's Conference in Swansea.
Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies said it was "more empty rhetoric from Labour's First Minister of broken promises. In a week when Carwyn Jones talked of ‘juvenile politics’, Welsh communities will rightly see through his hypocrisy."
The Welsh Labour Conference has got underway at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea, with a speech from First Minister Carwyn Jones.
He said the Conservatives' criticisms of public services here shows they "have given up on Wales".
He reiterated his calls that Wales should be offered the same devolved powers as Scotland.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is due to speak in Swansea this afternoon.