EXCLUSIVE: Party leaders write about their plans for North Wales

Reporter:

Helen Davies

WITH just a week until the country goes to the polls in the General Election and as they prepare for tonight's crucial third TV debate, the three main party leaders write exclusively for the Leader about their vision for North Wales – and for Britain.

Conservative leader David Cameron promises a future full of change for the region, including backing for manufacturing, improved broadband and money for the A350.

Click here to read what else Mr Cameron pledges to do to help North Wales.

Prime Minister Gordon Brown writes that Labour would provide more social housing and create new jobs in North Wales by building a new prison.

By clicking here, you can read what else the Prime Minister had to say to the Leader.

Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats, says the needs of North Wales have been ignored by Labour and Conservative governments in the past.

He plans to invest in 'green' industries in the region and says people in North Wales will benefit from tax cuts pledged by his party.

Click here to read Mr Clegg's other plans for the region.

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