Welsh Liberal Democrats say they'll vote against the Welsh Government's spending plans because there's not enough money earmarked to help poorer pupils. The party's stance comes despite a government commitment to continue with the pupil deprivation grant, agreed as part of last year's budget deal.
The Welsh Government is also pledging to look at another Lib Dem proposal - a fund for new medical treatments. Lib Dem finance spokesman Peter Black says that's welcome, but not enough to win his party's votes.
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