Celebrations or commiserations? Thousands of pupils across Wales received their GCSE results today as figures show the overall pass rate here has remained the same at 98.7%.
Education Minister Huw Lewis has defended the slight dip in those achieving the top grades, saying it is 'to be expected' as the drive continues to make core subjects more rigorous.
And figures revealed Welsh students are still behind those in England and Northern Ireland - though that gulf is narrowing.
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