Junior doctors plan unveiled by Plaid Cymru
Junior doctors who decide to work in Wales could get their student debts paid off under proposals unveiled by Plaid Cymru.
The debts - about £75,000 on average - would be wiped in exchange for a commitment to work in Wales for a number of years.
The party said 1,000 extra doctors were needed to boost what it called a "creaking Welsh health service".
Welsh Labour accused Plaid Cymru of playing "fantasy politics".
BBC Wales political reporter Daniel Davies reports.
13 Jan 2014
- From the section North West Wales