Political parties bid for Welsh votes in 5 May election

Former leader of Plaid Cymru, Dafydd Wigley - now Baron Wigley of Caernarfon - and Jenny Willott, the Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central speak up their parties' chances in the 60 seats up for election in the Welsh assembly on 5 May.

In the outgoing administration, Labour and Plaid Cymru formed a coalition government.

MPs Andy Burnham and Chris Grayling rate their parties' chances in the polls. Labour has been the traditional party of power in Wales, but the Tories have seen their fortunes improve.

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