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Council-run papers 'costing £1m,' BBC FoI request finds

The code allowing Welsh councils to produce free newspapers is to be reviewed, as figures show more than £1m is spent on publishing them each year.

Local paid-for newspapers claim council freesheets are unfair competition.

The Welsh Local Government Association says many find them useful and there is no evidence for the anti-competition claim.

Ken Skates, Labour AM for Clwyd South, and Peter Black, Welsh Lib Dem AM for South Wales West, lined up on either side of the debate on Radio Wales.