Welsh budget deal: 'Plenty to show Plaid priorities met'
Labour and Plaid Cymru have struck a deal to pass the Welsh budget, Plaid leader Leanne Wood has told BBC Wales.
The £15bn spending plans - to be unveiled by Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford on Tuesday - need the backing of some opposition AMs to pass.
The two parties have held budget talks under the post-election deal by which Plaid Cymru supported Carwyn Jones's return as first minister.
Ms Wood said the deal was a sign of how the party was cooperating with Labour, despite criticism by Lord Elis-Thomas who has quit Plaid Cymru for failing to be more supportive of the government.
17 Oct 2016