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Wales draft budget in the spotlight

The NHS is to receive a net boost of £278m under the Welsh government's spending plans.

Finance Minister Jane Hutt told AMs the 2016/17 draft budget backed Labour's "priorities for Wales and its future".

Total health spending rises by 4.1% while education and skills goes up by 1.1%, but local government faces a cut of 2%.

BBC Wales Political Editor Nick Servini analyses the figures and gets reaction from opposition parties.

  • 08 Dec 2015
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