Party leaders have agreed with the Assembly Presiding Officer on a new approach to tackling inappropriate behaviour by AMs and their staff.Read the full story ›
Labour AM Carl Sargeant, who was sacked from the Welsh Government, has been found dead at an address in his Alyn & Deeside constituency.Read the full story ›
Rhodri Morgan's memoirs are published, revealing much about the man and his political struggles before and after becoming First Minister.Read the full story ›
An exclusive poll by ITV Cymru Wales has revealed that 30% think the UK Government and Parliament should be in charge of education in Wales.Read the full story ›
Wales today celebrates the 20th anniversary of the historic vote to say 'yes' to devolution.Read the full story ›
An ITV Wales poll has asked Welsh voters if they'd vote for an Assembly today, exactly 20 years after the referendum was actually held.Read the full story ›
First Minister Carwyn Jones has opened tributes in the Senedd to his predecessor, Rhodri Morgan, who died last week. Mr Jones recalled how he'd been appointed to the Welsh cabinet by a man he regarded as a father figure.
What I am now, I owe to him. He was a hugely intelligent man, with a fine mind but he could get on with anybody.
We've lost one of our nation's giants. He may be gone but his name is written into our nation's history.
Tensions continue amongst Welsh Conservatives over the decision to allow a UKIP defector to join the Assembly Group.
Mark Reckless has joined the group but won't become a member of the party. There's been public and private criticism of the move but sources close to the leadership say all AMs backed it.
Reports that Conservative Assembly Group staff were sent home early today led to speculation that Welsh leader Andrew RT Davies was meeting Theresa May's Joint Chief of Staff Nick Timothy. That's denied by official Welsh Conservative sources.
Rumours that Theresa May’s Chief of Staff Nick Timothy has been meeting Andrew RT Davies are being flatly denied by Welsh Tories tonight.
A Welsh Conservative spokesperson says the rumours are 100% not true.
MPs who've criticised Mr Davies' decision to allow UKIP defector Mark Reckless into the Tory Group have been confident that they have the support of Downing Street. ITV News understands that at least one AM is preparing to mount a leadership challenge next week. Mr Davies appeared unconcerned tonight.