Across the country people have been gathering to celebrate St David's Day, and in Cardiff hundreds lined the streets for the national St David's Day march.
A wave of flags and daffodils swept through the capital, to celebrate the patron saint of Wales.
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A 25 year old man being questioned over the death of a 12 year old boy in Cardiff has been released on bail pending further inquiries.
The boy died on Friday after a crash involving a white Audi S3 on Ninian Park Road in Riverside.
The child was taken to the University Hospital of Wales but later died.
Tributes and flowers have been left at the scene.
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Danny Alexander MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury is expected to announce that he wants Welsh economist, Gerry Holtham to update his work on how Wales is funded.
Speaking at the Welsh Liberal Democrat Conference in Cardiff, he is also expected to say that he has asked civil servants in the Treasury to start straight away on how a funding floor will operate.
“Our challenge is take the next steps on the funding reform that Liberal Democrats have secured.
The previous Labour government refused to commit to fair funding – it’s taken Liberal Democrats to achieve that.
That is why I have asked civil servants in the Treasury to start straight away on how a funding floor will operate. And as part of that process I want Gerry Holtham to update his work to help inform progress."
David Cameron says this should be a day for people to celebrate 'all that embodies Wales'.Read the full story ›