Image copyright PA Media Image caption The prime minister will set out his pledges for Wales, which includes investments in infrastructure
Boris Johnson will visit north Wales on Monday to launch the Conservatives’ Welsh manifesto.
The prime minister will promise an “ambitious” growth deal to create an economic boost for communities living along the Wales-England border.
The Marches Growth Deal includes a specific focus on improving cross-border road infrastructure.
It follows the publication of the Conservatives’ UK-wide manifesto in Telford, Shropshire, on Sunday.
In October, the UK government announced £55m over 15 years for a Mid Wales Growth Deal, which followed the £500m Cardiff City Deal, the £115m Swansea City Deal and the £120m North Wales Growth Deal.
Speaking ahead of his visit, he repeated his plan “to get Brexit done” in order to “unleash this domestic agenda and deliver our exciting plans for Wales”.
Image caption Mr Johnson visited a farm while on a trip to Wales in July
The party’s UK manifesto included a specific section on Wales, which promised the country “major investments” in infrastructure and industry if the Tories win the general election.
It included some previous announcements, such as plans for a West Wales Parkway station outside Swansea, and promises on devolved issues that are the responsibility of the Welsh Government, such as delivering a new M4 relief road.
Other policies that apply to Wales include:
- 20,000 more police officers across Wales and England
- A “triple tax lock”, ruling out increases in the UK rate of income tax and National Insurance, as well as VAT, for five years
- Raising the National Insurance threshold to £9,500 in 2020, with an ambition to raise it further to £12,500