A-levels: Joy for student after grading U-turn in Wales

A student has spoken of her relief after the Welsh Government announced A-level grades will be based on what their teachers estimated.

Last week's A-level results were criticised after 42% of grades were lower than teacher assessments.

It came after they had been processed by an algorithm.

Emily Mundy, 18, from Anglesey, will now be able to study medicine in Manchester after initially being rejected.