The appointment of two new Welsh members of the House of Lords - Nick Bourne and Christine Humphreys- has been welcomed by their party leaders in the Assembly.
There had been speculation that a new Plaid Cymru peer would be named -rumoured to be the party's economic adviser Eurfyl ap Gwilym. That could still happen as it's understood that 10 Downing Street's list of working peers was considered too long to release in full in a single announcement.
Working peers are expected to regularly attend the House of Lords to take part in debates and votes. However, they are appointed for life on exactly the same basis as people awarded peerages as an honour.