Assembly members have refused to let Conservative AM Darren Millar introduce legislation to levy a 5p charge on every packet of chewing gum sold in Wales. He wanted the money to be put towards clearing up gum that's dropped in the street.
But other AMs doubted that it was an appropriate use of the Assembly's law-making powers. The proposal was defeated by in the Senedd by 30 votes to 17.
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David John Woods and Leslie Peter Baines are said to have carried out “a savage and brutal attack” on Matthew Cassidy, in May last year.
The man is said to have approached the 11-year-old riding on his bike and offer him a lift home.
It is believed weapons, including possibly a small axe, were used in the street fight in the Llanrumney area of Cardiff.