MPs unite to pay tribute to Morgan
MPs from all sides of the House of Commons have paid tribute to Cliff Morgan.
Politicians signed a motion praising Rhondda-born Morgan for his roles in sport and media.
Morgan, who was 83, was a talented fly-half who won 29 caps for Wales during the 1950's, and captained the British Lions against South Africa in 1955.
He went on to have a successful broadcasting career.
The motion which was signed by 39 MPs. They also praised Morgan's role promoting athletics for disabled people and his "significant contribution to the celebrating of his country and its culture."