Parties speak on Welsh assembly record in the Senedd


Labour's Leighton Andrews, Plaid Cymru's Jocelyn Davies, Conservative Nick Bourne, and Lib Dem Kirsty Williams explain why voters should trust them.

Ahead of polls in Wales for a referendum and the Welsh assembly - plus the UK-wide vote on the Alternative Vote - Andrew Neil asked the four leading parties in the Senedd (Welsh for Senate) for their case to run Wales.

Labour and Plaid Cymru share power, while Tories and the Lib Dems make up the opposition in the assembly, where the debate was held.

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