The dust is beginning to settle on yesterday’s draft budget from the assembly government, but a lot of that dust is still obscuring the details of spending cuts.
In tonight’s Sharp End, we’ll try to sweep up some of that dust for you. I’ll be interviewing the First Minister Carwyn Jones and my guests in the studio are the Conservative AM/MP Alun Cairns and Plaid Cymru’s economics guru Eurfyl ap Gwilym.
It’s been a Labour safe seat, lost by Labour, held by an Independent and won back (at Westminster) by Labour.
Now the cancer drugs campaigner Jayne Sullivan is going to try to win it as an independent although Labour in the shape of AM Alun Davies has been doing its best to win it back.
Lynne’s report also features performances from some amazingly talented youngsters at the inauguration show for Blaenau Gwent’s Youth Mayor which was held earlier this week.
I’ve been priveleged to be invited to present the chains of office each year for the last five years. This year’s show was no exception in terms of astonishing talent and enthusiasm.
Join me on Sharp End just after 11pm on ITV1 Wales.
Even if you don’t fancy the politics, watch out for the singing and dancing!