15 September 2014 Last updated at 05:38 ET

Devolution powers are 'lop-sided'John Redwood

A former Welsh secretary says the current devolution settlement is unfair and should change.

Phones 4U in Newport city centrePhones 4U jobs under threat in Wales

Mobile phone retailer Phones 4U goes into administration, putting 140 jobs at risk in its 21 stores across Wales.

A483 approaching A55 junctionDelays warning over A55 road works

People travelling to and from Wrexham could face delays as six months of major road works get under way.

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Commons Leader William Hague has been reflecting on a past battle - and an epic poem from the land of his fathers-in-law.

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