David Cameron has been in Cardiff this morning to address the Welsh Conservative Party conference.
In the course of his speech in which he attacked the Westminster Government for being economically irresponsible he also promised that if he were at Number 10 he would visit the Senedd once a year to answer questions before AMs.
This comes off the back of Cheryl Gillan yesterday promising to make more regular visits herself to Cardiff Bay.
The Conservatives are accusing Gordon Brown of not making enough visits to Wales and that a British Prime Minister should be more in touch with all the countries within it.
But how much difference would this really make? Is it just an empty token gesture or can it really make the system better?
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