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The second general elections in the histories of the Scottish Parliament and Welsh ...
The second general elections in the histories of the Scottish Parliament and Welsh

Assembly on 1 May will be fiercely fought.

In Scotland, the Scottish National Party's campaign is focusing on better public services and independence, while the Liberal Democrats are fighting on health and education. Labour is campaigning on economic stability and investment in public services while the Tories are campaigning on reforming devolved government and cutting the number of MSPs.

In Wales, Plaid Cymru is campaigning on standing up for Wales in Westminster, getting more powers for the Assembly and fairer economic and social policy for Wales. Lib Dems are fighting on free personal care for the elderly and an end to bed blocking. Conservatives are focusing on healthcare investments, job creation and support for rural Wales. Labour is focusing on public services and crime.
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