Labour would tackle rich-poor divide in UK, says Wayne David
Labour has insisted the "vast majority" of people in the UK would not be affected by its plans to raise taxes if it won the general election.
Wayne David, chair of the party's campaign in Wales, said rises would affect the top 5% of the population.
He said the party wanted to tackle the "discrepancy" between rich and poor, which he claimed was was "getting ever greater".
28 May 2017
- From the section Wales politics