Plaid Cymru's Parliamentary Leader Elfyn Llwyd says the three main parties are 'at last' taking Scotland's concerns seriously, but that their promises of further powers are 'too little too late.'
He was speaking after David Cameron announced that he, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband will miss Prime Minister's Questions tomorrow in order to campaign in Scotland.
Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams says scrapping the tolls on the Severn Bridges would cost the UK Government around £15m a year once the construction bill is paid in 2018 and debts associated with the bridges are settled.
The Welsh Conservatives are supporting moves to introduce minimum alcohol pricing in Wales. That's despite a controversial decision last year by David Cameron to drop a similar plan for England. The Prime Minister feared it would be 'unworkable' and open to legal challenge.
But the party's Shadow Health Minister in the Assembly, Darren Millar, says it can work in Wales.
Health Minister Mark Drakeford has welcomed today's expert report on minimum alcohol pricing which he says adds to the evidence that the move would help cut problem drinking.
And he says it won't have any impact on social drinkers.
Most people whose budgets are tight are sensible drinkers, the drink they buy will already be above the 50p minimum price per unit we propose. The evidence in today's report is that this will not have an impact on people who are living in pretty modest circumstances. It will help us to target people whose drinking has gone beyond that."
Labour remains suspicious about the UK Government's Wales Bill which is being debated for the first time by members of the House of Lords. But the party's frontbencher in the Lords, Baroness Morgan, says the borrowing powers the bill would give to the Welsh Government are significant.
Peers are to debate plans to give the Welsh Government more powers, including the ability to borrow money and some control over taxes. They're discussing the UK Government's Wales Bill which would introduce the changes.
Plaid Cymru's Dafydd Wigley says that, despite its flaws, the bill is a step forward.
Labour's Mick Antoniw tells Political Editor Adrian Masters that the Welsh Government's decision on the M4 relief road project 'could have been handled better.'
He's a member of the Environment Committee which completed its report into the plan today. Other Labour members are also said to be disappointed that the announcement was made before the committee finished its scrutiny.
The new Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb says there's no competition between him and Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies.
There had been disputes between Mr Davies and the previous Welsh Secretary over which man should be considered leader of the Tories in Wales.
Mr Crabb says they both have different jobs to do.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood explains why her party has pulled out of budget negotiations with the Welsh Government in protest at its announcement of plans for a new stretch of M4 motorway.
During their first Commons encounter since the reshuffle, the new Welsh Secretary and his Labour shadow agreed to use the opportunity of the reshuffle to make 'a fresh start' in relations between Welsh and UK Governments.