Paul Silk, who's led the Commission on Devolution in Wales, has formally handed over his second report to the Welsh Secretary David Jones. It brings to an end the Commission's work after two and a half years of looking at the devolution settlement.
Paul Silk, who chairs the Commission on Devolution in Wales, described the poll results as a 'real insight' but said he's aware of opposing views and urged as many people as possible to express those views before 27th December, the deadline for evidence.
Chair of the Commission Paul Silk, along with other members that authored a report into the way the Welsh Government is financed, will be questioned by the Welsh Select Committee today.
The Commission published a report that proposed tax-raising powers for the Welsh Government last month.
The Select Committee is expected to ask about some of the key elements of the report, with Paul Silk explaining his thinking behind the recommendations.
Mr Paul Silk, the Chair of the Commission on Devolution in Wales, has been updating the Welsh Secretary on the work the Commission has undertaken so far on the first part of its remit, which looks at the financial accountability of the National Assembly and the Welsh Government.
The findings will be reported later in the year.