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Welsh Labour says it will train 12,000 new medical staff for the NHS if it wins the 6 May Senedd election.
The pledge is part of its manifesto, which includes a new medical school in north Wales and improved pay for social care staff.
Leader Mark Drakeford said the plans, launched on Thursday, would “build the Wales of tomorrow”.
He said the election was a “choice to go on investing in our young people” or “to take a different path”.
Labour is fighting to keep its hold on the Welsh government, which it has led since the start of