In tonight's Sharp End we look at rival proposals unveiled by both the Welsh Conservatives and Plaid Cymru for a new business bank to make it easier for small firms to access lending. Plaid's proposal envisages creating a new 'Bank of Wales.'
Of course there was a Bank of Wales, set up in 1971 by the financier Sir Julian Hodge to lend money to Welsh businesses that mainstream banks wouldn't lend to. Here he is explaining it to Emyr Daniel of HTV Wales. It all seems very familiar. Apart from the pipe.
Political Editor Adrian Masters is joined by Christina Rees, Rhun ap Iorwerth and Nathan Gill
Money is the topic on this episode of Sharp End. Adrian Masters and guests discuss the living wage and how the government spends its money.
Adrian Masters and his guests discuss the next steps for devolution for Wales and Plaid Cymru at a crossroads