Labour chose to launch their Welsh manifesto in Rhyl, with Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy saying that they were the only party promising to continue investing in public services.
Entitled ‘Ambitions for Wales’, the manifesto includes a foreword written jointly by the National Assembly’s First Minister Rhodri Morgan and Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy.
The 44-page document outlines how the assembly is already delivering policies in health and education. Their programme of reform of public services included a pledge of a 1000 more nurses and 380 additional doctors within the next 3 years.
They also promised an additional £290m for school buildings in Wales and a £300m five year plan for integrated transport in Wales.