BBC Wales leaders' debate
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Party leaders have clashed over health and education in their final TV debate before the Welsh Assembly election.

In the BBC Wales Leaders' Debate, First Minister Carwyn Jones said Labour ministers were spending a bigger share of their budget on the NHS than ever.

Rival parties attacked Labour's 17 year health record and presented their alternative visions for the service.

The programme, in Cardiff's St David's Hall, was broadcast just eight days before voters go to the polls on 5 May.

Each leader had their say on the steel industry, health and education during the debate.

  • 27 Apr 2016
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