The Welsh Secretary's speech has been attacked as 'completely out touch' by his opposite number. Labour's Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith said:
We’re in the deepest double-dip recession in half a century, unemployment is up and the government isn’t even cutting the deficit.
Contrary to what the Secretary of State said last week, borrowing is 20% higher than it was last year, the government is having to borrow more, not less.
I’m in North Wales today, where the government’s failure to get the economy moving has seen long-term unemployment increase by 70% in just one year.
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters speaks to the Prime Minister about how the proposed welfare cuts could have an impact in Wales.
Welsh Secretary David Jones has repeated his call for the Westminster and Welsh Governments to work together.
David Jones will tell the Conservative conference that the UK Government and the Welsh Government 'are not in competition with each other.'