An investigation by Heart has uncovered a drop in the number of armed police officers in Wales.
Welsh AMs Pleased To See Page 3 Go
Welsh AMs are telling Heart it's about time we saw an end to topless pictures on Page 3.
They say they're pleased The Sun newspaper appears to be dropping them.
South Wales East AM Lindsay Whittle said: "I class myself as a feminist, I'm very proud to do that and i think the feminist cause has won
"Women have real talent that they need to display but that talent is not about taking your clothes off
Rebecca Evans - AM for Mid and West Wales said: "Naked women just aren't news, basically.
"When you're finding out what the news is and it's next to pictures of semi naked women it devalues women.
"It just entrenches sexism we see in some parts of the media."
The tabloid hasn't printed a topless picture since Friday but has refused to confirm or deny whether it'll print the pictures in the future.
Instead Page 3 has featured actresses and models in their bikinis or underware.
This is how police forces in Wales are responding to the terror threat being raised.
Police say their plans for the Champions League final in Cardiff have not changed following the Manchester terror attack.
A man's admitted causing the death of a worker who was found dead at a golf club near Newport.
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