The Cleddau Bridge tolls could end after an agreement between Plaid Cymru and the Welsh Government.

Plaid Cymru Mid and West AM Simon Thomas said: “I’m delighted that this agreement will mean we will see the end of the tolls over the Cleddau Bridge for firms and local people.

“It has been a long campaign my team has organised public meetings, I’ve quizzed Ministers and met with campaigners over this issue.

In last year’s election campaign I made scrapping the tolls a key pledge. Plaid Cymru has managed to do this in opposition in a few months imagine what we could do in government in 2021.”

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