BBC Wales poll: 'Funding' before income tax, says Jones
First Minister Carwyn Jones has ruled out the Welsh government taking on powers for income tax unless the "underfunding" of Wales by the UK government is addressed.
He spoke out as a BBC Wales poll found almost two-thirds of voters think the Welsh assembly should have at least some influence over taxes.
Only about one in three wanted to keep the current system where the assembly has no power to vary taxes.
Mr Jones spoke to Bethan Rhys Roberts at Radio Wales.
01 Mar 2012
- From the section Wales