Only 3 pages long, UKIP’s manifesto for the 2003 Assembly Election focuses on the party’s fierce opposition to the existence of the National Assembly for Wales.

The short document outlines their plans to replace the Assembly with a new body called the “National Council for Wales” – made up of all 40 Wales’ MP’s and a councillor from each of the 22 local authorities.

Other key policies include cuts in bureaucracy in schools and greater freedom for headteachers and staff. Paperwork would also be reduced in the health service, with savings put back into treatment.

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