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Sharp End

It’s the last Sharp End of the year tonight and we have plenty to talk about after another busy week in Welsh politics.

At the beginning of the week, the Conservative Shadow Health minister, Andrew RT Davies, surprised everyone in Cardiff Bay by quitting his front bench job. His move sparked a whirl of speculation about what his real reasons might be. I’ve interviewed him for tonight’s programme – some of his answers are, I think, rather revealing.

My guests in the studio are Katie Dalton, President of NUS Cymru, who will have plenty to say about the Assembly Government’s decision to keep tuition fees down and the business expert and entrepreneur, Professor Brian Morgan.

Lynne Courteney has been going through the political Christmas cards collected by the former Labour MP, Llew Smith.

And our political commentator Gareth Hughes will bring us the latest whispers that’s he’s picked up along the way. It’s Gareth’s last Sharp End. After 10 years of wryly observing Welsh politics and breaking a lot of stories, he’s moving on to pastures new. We’ll miss him but something tells me he’ll still be making mischief in Cardiff Bay.

Join us for Sharp End just after 11pm ITV1 Wales.


About Adrian Masters

By day, Political Editor at ITV Wales. By night, obsessed with music and books.


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