Builders recalled to Cardiff just days after official opening ceremony following leak in roof.

Repair work is to be carried out at the Welsh Assembly building in Cardiff after the roof began leaking in heavy rain.

The leaks in the £67m Richard Rogers-designed building come days after MSPs were forced to evacuate the Scottish Parliament after the collapse of a beam in the debating chamber.

A week after the Welsh Assembly was opened by the Queen, leaks have emerged in various areas including the public gallery and the access corridors.