The First Minister has led tributes in the Assembly chamber to Margaret Thatcher. Carwyn Jones expressed his sympathy to the former Prime Minister's family, paid tribute to her electoral successes and described her as an 'undoubtedly decisive person.'
But the First MInister said 'decisive does not necessarily mean being right' and said that many people in Wales still feel 'great bitterness' and 'great hurt' as a result of her political legacy.
All three Armed Services are to play a role Baroness Thatcher's funeral with particular reference to the Falklands conflict.
The former presiding officer of the Assembly says he'll stay away from the Senedd when tributes are paid to Margaret Thatcher.
The artist says he used coal to reflect her 'controversial actions' to close south Wales mines