Tory call to move First Minister's Questions to boost audience
The Welsh Conservatives have called for changes in the way the first minister is scrutinised with the aim of improving public faith in the political system.
The party's assembly leader Andrew RT Davies says one idea would be to move the weekly First Minister's Questions session from Tuesday lunchtime to later in the day.
He claims it would boost its audience on TV and online and get more people interested in politics.
13 Aug 2014
- From the section Wales politics