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Kirsty Williams: 'I got into politics to do things'

Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams has denied that her party has simply been propping up Labour in power in the assembly for much of the past 17 years.

Fighting her fifth assembly election, she will be under pressure from the Tories to keep her own seat and to prevent electoral meltdown of the Lib Dems in May.

Ms Williams defended doing deals with Labour and other parties to get Lib Dem policies passed, saying she went into politics to "do things".

Daniel Davies reports.

  • 25 Feb 2016
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