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Labour election pledges to 'improve people's lives'

Labour has made six promises to boost prosperity and opportunity if it wins the assembly election.

First Minister Carwyn Jones visited the Airbus plant in Flintshire on Monday to highlight a pledge to create 100,000 new apprenticeships.

School standards, new NHS treatments and help for parents and older people were among the other promises.

Mr Jones said Labour was focusing on policies that would improve people's lives.

  • 15 Feb 2016
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