Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has welcomed today's budget announcement of a tax on sugary drinks.
The party has previously proposed a 20p per litre levy on sugary drinks, which it says would help 20,000 people in Wales lose weight. The sugar tax announced in George Osborne's budget differs in that the levy would be imposed on drinks manufacturers to ensure they reduce the amount of sugar in drinks.
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Leanne Wood says they're still waiting to see the detail and what it would mean in terms of income for Wales, but it was a good measure.
The Welsh Government also welcomed the sugar tax announcement saying it was something that had to be brought in at a UK level.