The Welsh Conservatives are dismissing the latest Labour attack on their spending priorities which Llanelli AM Keith Davies says would have led to nearly 10,000 teachers losing their jobs since 2011. Welsh Tory leader Andrew RT Davies says:
Meanwhile Shadow Education Minister Angela Burns said it's been Labour which has presided over school closures.
Following the news that the Llanelli AM Keith Davies has been discharged from hospital after nearly a month, a spokesman for the Assembly Labour grop said
The Llanelli AM Keith Davies, who has been seriously ill for nearly a month, is said to be recuperating at home after being discharged from the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff. He'd been diagnosed with a blood clot on the brain. It's understood he was treated without the need for surgery.
Labour have released details on the condition of Llanelli AM Keith Davies who was taken 'seriously ill' last month.
The Welsh Liberal Democrat leader says 'it wouldn't be right' for the parties in the Assembly to take political advantage of the serious illness of Llanelli AM Keith Davies. Kirsty Williams said she understands that Plaid Cymru has made a temporary 'pairing' agreement with the Welsh Government.
Mr Davies' absence leaves Labour without a majority, but the Lib Dem leader said the pairing arrangement is 'appropriate' and that it would be wrong for the other parties to take advantage of the situation.
She also said that she'd sent a text to the First Minister Carwyn Jones when she'd heard about Mr Davies' illness asking him to pass on the best wishes and prayers of her and and her party.
A spokesman for the Labour Party confirms that Keith Davies, the AM for Llanelli, remains in hospital under observation.
Keith Davies was rushed to accident and emergency late on Wednesday night. The Labour AM, 71, had attended a function organised by a public affairs group earlier in the evening.
Mr Davies is a father of two, who is married to wife Heddyr.
Keith Davies, the Labour Assembly Member for Llanelli, is seriously ill at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
Mr Davies, who's 71, was elected to the assembly after a career as a teacher and subsequently as Director of Education at Carmarthenshire County Council.