Sharp End is back tonight at 1035pm ITV1 Wales and there’s more than enough to talk about.
Now that the referendum campaign is over, fragile cross-party consensus in Welsh politics is beginning to break down.
Senior Labour figures are attacking the Plaid Cymru ministers who share government with fellow Labour politicians in Cardiff Bay and at the same time exposing tensions within their own party.
And Plaid Cymru politicians are criticising the record of the Assembly Government their party has been involved in for the last four years.
Where will it all end? In one way that’s easy to answer: May 5th when the Assembly election is held.
But what happens afterwards is less easy to answer.
The latest YouGov poll for ITV Wales is out today with some clues for the parties. It’s good news for Labour, but what does that mean for the way the campaign will be conducted?
I’ve interviewed the United States ambassador, Louis Susman, who’s been paying a diplomatic visit to the Assembly.
I’ve asked him about the trade relationship between Wales and the US and in particular where that relationship may be a bit strained.
For example, last month the European plane manufacturer EADS (which makes wings for Airbus planes in Flintshire) lost out to the on a chance to supply the US Air Force with aerial fuel tankers. Was that protectionism?
I also wondered what he makes of devolution. The notorious ‘Welsh wikileak’ suggests previous American diplomatic information about the modern Wales was a little bit shaky. Has it improved?
Following International Women’s Day, Lynn Courtney has been taking stock of the role of women in Welsh politics. You can see her film tonight.
To discuss all these things I’ll be joined by the Labour MP Julie Morgan, the Plaid Cymru candidate Heledd Fychan and the Conservative AM, Andrew RT Davies.
Join us for Sharp End 1035pm ITV1 Wales.