NEWS ROUNDUP: Boris Johnson visits Wales
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the road out of lockdown in Wales has been made possible by the United Kingdom's programme for tackling Covid. Boris Johnson visited Wrexham for a Senedd election campaign visit. He said voters were more concerned over the vaccine rollout than the row over how a renovation of his flat was paid for. Meanwhile, Welsh Labour have accused the Conservatives of acting "irresponsibly" throughout the pandemic. The Welsh Senedd Elections take place on 6th May.
Wales' autumn schedule has been confirmed with South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and Fiji all coming to Cardiff later this year. Thousands of tickets for the matches have gone on sale with the Welsh Rugby Union confident of having 74,000 capacity crowds inside the Principality Stadium later this year.
And - libraries and hubs in Cardiff have reopened for browsing books for the first time in more than a year. Members of libraries across the city can now browse bookshelves, but only after booking a slot.
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