Welsh Lib Dems launch 'radical plan' for assembly

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have launched their assembly election manifesto promising a "radical, positive plan to solving Wales' problems".

The manifesto pledges to make better use of public money by rooting out government waste and offering grants to businesses that train unemployed young people.

The party said it wanted to tackle a spending gap between schools in England and Wales and to improve healthcare by cutting waste from the NHS.

Launching the manifesto in Aberaeron, leader Kirsty Williams called for a government with the will to get things right for Wales.

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