It's been confirmed that First Minister Carwyn Jones will contribute to Assembly tributes to Margaret Thatcher tomorrow. AMs are being given opportunity to mark the former Prime Minister's death before First Minister's Questions.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood will speak in tomorrow's Assembly session marking the death of Margaret Thatcher. A party source says her contribution will be 'sensitive and respectful' but will set out 'a vision for the future of Wales which is very different to the Thatcherite vision.'
Assembly Members will be given the opportunity to speak about the former Prime Minister in the Senedd chamber before the weekly First Minister's Question session. Former Presiding Officer Dafydd Elis-Thomas has said he won't attend.
Wales Office minister Stephen Crabb has confirmed that he will attend the funeral of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Welsh Secretary David Jones was already confirmed.
From the Assembly, the First Minister Carwyn Jones, Presiding Officer Rosemary Butler and Opposition leader Andrew RT Davies will be at the funeral in St. Paul's Cathedral on Wednesday.
Singers Kathryn Jenkins and Shirley Bassey will also be amongst the mourners. But former Labour leader Neil Kinnock has said he will not be there because he will be at the funeral of a former Islwyn councillor.
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Downing Street has confirmed that the National Assembly's Presiding Officer, Rosemary Butler, has accepted an invitation to attend next week's funeral for Margaret Thatcher
Downing Street has confirmed that the singer Katherine Jenkins will be among the mourners at next week's funeral for Margaret Thatcher.
The First Minister will attend next week's funeral for Margaret Thatcher. Downing Street has confirmed it's received his acceptance letter. Opposition leader, Andrew RT Davies will also be there as will Secretary of State for Wales, David Jones.
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Shirley Bassey is to be among the 2,000 guests at the funeral for former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher next week.
The Welsh singer was named on the guest list that was revealed today. It includes all her former Cabinet ministers, ex-US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.