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Alun Cairns faced with bridge jibe at Eisteddfod

Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns was greeted by a provocative cartoon as he visited the Eisteddfod maes.

Lol, a satirical magazine on-sale at the event, has a graphic depiction on its cover of both Alun Cairns and Carwyn Jones - suggesting they are too close to the Royal family.

It's unclear who publishes the work - but it's on sale at several outlets at the Eisteddfod.

The re-naming of the second Severn crossing to honour the Prince of Wales has been controversial - with a petition opposing the move.

Read more: More than half of people do not want Second Severn Crossing to be named after Prince Charles, poll reveals

Mr Cairns brushed aside the criticism claiming the decision "has been made" and that opponents have "had their say."

But it seems those opposing the move still want to voice their disappointment.

This was Mr Cairns response to the cartoon:

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It is understood First Minister Carwyn Jones will visit the Eisteddfod later in the week.