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The leader of the Welsh Conservatives has made a pitch
for what he calls the centre ground of politics.
Andrew RT Davies said Labour and Plaid Cymru had
lurched to the left.
Plaid called the attack bluster, while Labour said it was tired.
Our Parliamentary Correspondent reports from the Conservative
Conference in Birmingham.
Party conference time and the Conservatives
have their opponents in their sights.
Their leader in Wales believes there are votes to be won
on the centre ground.
In an article for the Sunday Times, Andrew RT Davies says the Tories,
who came third in the Assembly elections, can win over former
Labour and Plaid Cymru supporters.
I believe that I'm offering the leadership that the Welsh
I work closely with my colleagues in Westminster.
We have a solid group in the Assembly.
We have a robust group in local government
in all parts of Wales, and we are offering
What I'm saying to you is Wales can't afford to drift the extremes.
Either on the left or on the right.
We need to govern from the centre.
Leaving the European Union was once seen as an issue
for the political fringe.
But the referendum in June changed everything.
And Welsh Conservatives now think that Brexit will be part
of their strategy for taking on the political centre ground.
We are not Ukip, you know we are a party of the centre,
You say you are not Ukip, you are about to deliver
the Ukip policy of Brexit.
Well, that's one policy.
It was our policy to hold the referendum, to allow the people
of Britain to make that decision for themselves.
They have spoken clearly and the decision will
be carried through.
A message Theresa May reinforced in her speech.
The Prime Minister insisted there would be no opt out
from Brexit for any part of the UK.
Four police officers had to be taken to hospital after been
injured by two dogs whilst at a property in Haverfordwest.
Three men and two women have been arrested following the incident
in Goat Street yesterday afternoon.
One woman has now been released on bail.
All the officers were discharged after treatment.
Parents have been warned about an intruder at a Ceredigion
nursery, according to a letter seen by BBC Wales.
Someone trespassed into the green room at Camau Bach in Aberystwyth
from the outside play area.
Police are informing schools in the areas.
The nursery shut temporarily earlier this year after a boy
was left unattended on a minibus for two hours.
Sport now, and in boxing, Wales' Nathan Cleverly beat
Juergen Braehmer in Germany to claim the WBA regular
Braehmer was pulled out by his corner at the start of the seventh
round with a dislocated right elbow.
The 29-year-old is the first Welshman to lose and regain a world
title at the same weight.
I have a few downs, but I wanted to get this feeling back.
I am 29 now and I decided to come back and make it happen
for a second time, live the dream for a second time.
I've done it tonight, so proud.
Rugby, and in the Pro12, a late penalty saw the Cardiff Blues
suffer their first defeat of the season losing
16-13 to Leinster.
It was a similar fate for the Ospreys who lost 9-7
to leaders Ulster after a late penalty from Paddy Jackson.
And the Scarlets got their second win of the season, beating
Treviso 22 points to 6.
More than 17,000 athletes have taken part in the Cardiff Half Marathon,
in what organisers described as a glorious festival of running
in the Welsh Capital.
Following today's success, it has now been announced
that the city will host a full international marathon next spring.
The majestic backdrop of Cardiff Castle was the starting
point for this gruelling run.
The Kenyans dominated.
This runner going on to set a course record.
Richie Powell from Carmarthenshire won the wheelchair race.
I travel all over the world.
But it is such a brilliant city and the support is tremendous.
I love coming home.
Griffiths was the first British runner across the line.
The Swansea Harrier two and a half minutes behind the Kenyan.
The Swansea Harrier two and a half minutes behind the Kenyan winner.
I'm quite pleased today.
One day I would like to come back and try and win the race,
so hopefully I can do that.
17,100 runners took part in this 13 mile route around the Welsh capital.
That makes it the second largest event of its type across the UK.
And what wonderful conditions for it.
As well as a world-class athletes, there was the usual mix of wacky
costumes and charity runners.
All helping to make this event so successful.
We staged the world half marathon last year very successfully.
That has taken it a stage higher now, as far as acceptability around
the globe is concerned.
So we go from strength to strength.
We are very very proud.
Following today's success, Cardiff will now host a full
marathon next April.
The 25th BAFTA Cymru Awards get underway at St David's Hall
in Cardiff shortly.
Among those who will be gracing the red carpet are the comedian
and actor Michael Palin, the comedian Terry Jones
and the Game of Thrones actor Robert Pugh.
We'll bring you the results in our late update.
Let's take a quick look at the weather forecast.
After a fine and bright day for most, it will stay dry overnight
with clear spells but feeling chilly without any cloud,
although some fog forming in rural areas.
After a cold start to Monday it'll be another fine and bright day
tomorrow with plenty of sunshine with light winds.
Highs tomorrow in Cardiff and Swansea of 17 Celsius.
That's Wales Today.
I'll be back with your late update tonight just after 10:15pm.
Hope you can join me then.
From everyone on the weekend team, bye for now.