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First Minister Carwyn Jones' four years in the hot seat

It has been four years to the day since Carwyn Jones took over the reigns as Wales' first minister.

Mr Jones, who replaced Rhodri Morgan, has overseen the assembly becoming more independent - with a law-making referendum in 2011 and an announcement last month about devolving tax powers.

He will hold his last press conference of the year later where he is likely to face questions about last week's disappointing results by Wales' schools system in international education rankings.

Political reporter Carl Roberts has been looking back at his time in office so far.

  • 09 Dec 2013
  • From the section Wales
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