Wales Election 2016

Welsh election: Steel, tourism and farming in focus

Carwyn Jones visits the Tata steel plant at Trostre, Llanelli Image copyright Welsh Labour
Image caption Carwyn Jones (second left) visits Tata Steel at Trostre, Llanelli, amid uncertainty over its future

First Minister Carwyn Jones has been visiting steel plants in Llanelli and Newport as the future of Tata's UK plants remains in the balance.

Elsewhere on the campaign trail, the Welsh Tories have unveiled a five-point plan to boost the tourism industry.

Plaid Cymru has proposed a smartcard to help people to claim entitlements such as free prescriptions, bus travel and museum entry.

And the Liberal Democrats have promised a £20m scheme to support hill farmers.