Jeremy Corbyn is in Wales for the first time in this election period as the Labour Party looks to take advantage of the last weekend before the election.
The Labour leader will be visiting Barry, Swansea, Carmarthen and Bangor as the party look for one last push before polling day on Thursday.
Corbyn will be speaking alongside Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford.
I'm excited to be back in Wales on the last weekend before polling day to bring our message of hope that Labour will build a fairer, more equal society. The Welsh Labour Government was the first to declare a climate emergency. I has banned fracking, led the way on recycling and is ready to harness the opportunities Labour's Green Industrial Revolution will bring to Wales. We're coming together in the Vale of Glamorgan, in Swansea, in Carmarthen, in Bangor and across Wales to make our voices heard this weekend. With just a few days to go, it's about getting together and making a difference to people's lives. It's time to take on the vested interests and end Tory austerity that has held our public services back. This election is a once in a generation chance for us. Labour will stop the Tories and deliver the real change our country needs.