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The new Wales Bill will give greater clarity over the Assembly's powers.
That's according to a minister in the UK Governments Wales office.
Guto Bebb was speaking on BBC Sunday Politics Wales.
The bill - which will change how the Welsh Assembly makes laws -
has been widely criticised.
Here's our political correspondent, Arwyn Jones.
The aim of the Wales Bill is to clear up who is responsible
for making laws in which areas - the Welsh Assembly or Westminster.
It would give the Assembly new powers over energy projects such
as fracking, deciding how taxis should be licensed
and what the speed limit should be on Welsh roads.
But critics, including many AMs, say it takes back powers
from Cardiff Bay to Whitehall.
That was denied this morning by one of the men pushing
the legislation through.
We are building upon the 2011 referendum.
Now the 2011 referendum was very clear, that it gave the Welsh
Assembly powers in 20 subject areas.
We are going far beyond that.
But we do need that clarity.
And the people of Wales are not well served by having decisions
which are a grey area.
Two years ago, the highest court in the land, the Supreme Court,
ruled in favour of the Welsh government against UK ministers,
that the Assembly had the power to set the wages
of agricultural workers.
But the concern is that the new Wales Bill would put such powers
back in Westminster.
That judgment definitely clarified the Assembly's lawmaking powers,
but what this bill has done is try to undo those Supreme Court
decisions and actually take back some of the powers that the Welsh
government and the Assembly thought they had.
Tomorrow, the House of Lords will examine the bill.
It could be in for a rough ride.
The man who led the Yes for Wales campaign in 1979,
Lord Alistair Morgan, said it would have been better
for Wales if the Wales Bill had never happened.
North Wales Police are trying to find a convicted rapist,
following a fire at an address in Prestatyn, in Denbighshire.
63-year-old Richard Pen-treath - also known as Hilary Clifford Thomas
63-year-old Richard Pentreath - also known as Hilary Clifford Thomas
- is wanted on suspicion of causing arson with intent to
endanger life on Thursday.
On Monday, he was found guilty of historical rape
offences in his absence, after he failed to attend court.
The potential dangers of e-cigarettes are being
highlighted by leading surgeons.
The warning comes after a number of people were badly injured
when the devices exploded in their pockets.
Burns specialists at Morriston Hospital, Swansea have
treated five men for serious injuries this year.
Trading Standards are urging people not to buy cheap products.
Wales Manager - Chris Coleman - says he's confident his side can
recover from their draw against Georgia.
The result - against opponents ranked 137th in the world -
was a blow to hopes of qualifying for the World Cup.
Tomos Dafydd reports.
It was the first real setback of this campaign.
Wales were overwhelming favourites to win, but the fans
What a load of rubbish.
They looked tired.
Second half was really poor.
First half, they were really good.
Georgia were very good at passing.
Wales started brightly.
Gareth Bale jumping higher than anyone else
for the opening goal.
But the home side failed to add to that lead,
while Georgia grew into the game.
The second half and the team ranked 137th in the world equalised.
Unmarked, Tornike Okriashvili took full advantage.
Wales unravelled with goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey called
into action several times.
While Gareth Bale came close with this one,
Georgia squandered several chances.
The away side were made to look half decent.
Wales were living dangerously.
I think the team have obviously shown us a lot of respect.
We're obviously a different team they were playing against us
a couple of years ago.
But it is up to us to deal with that.
If we want to what qualify for the tournament, then that is
what we have to come up with.
It is disappointing.
We wanted to win the game but it is certainly not the end
of the world.
There's plenty of points to play for in this group.
And regardless of tonight, you know there are more games ahead.
It could have been worse for Wales.
The manager Chris Coleman conceded that his side could
have lost the match.
He also said that tonight's result means there's more pressure to beat
Serbia here next month.
Tomos Dafyyd, BBC Wales Today.
Let's take a look at what the weather has in store now.
Turning cold overnight, especially in rural areas,and
we could see some frost.
Tomorrow, a chilly start, then generally dry with widespread
sunshine, but perhaps the odd shower in the afternoon.
Highs of 13 Celsius.
And that's it from the Sunday night team here on BBC Wales today.
We'll be back in Breakfast with updates from around
6.25am tomorrow morning.
Thanks for watching.
Nos da, goodnight.