Welsh assembly election: Tax cuts affordable, Tories say
The Welsh Conservatives say they have "factored in" the cost of tax cuts if they win the assembly election.
Leader Andrew RT Davies promised "real change" as he launched the party's manifesto in Wrexham on Monday.
With tax powers expected to be devolved during the next assembly term, the Welsh Tories have pledged to cut 2p from the basic 20% rate of income tax and 5pm from the higher 40% rate.
Mr Davies said the money could be found to pay for tax cuts, as well as other Conservative pledges to boost the NHS and schools.
18 Apr 2016
- From the section Election 2015 Wales