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Budget 2013: Jane Hutt 'disappointed for Wales'

Finance Minister Jane Hutt said she is "disappointed for Wales" by the chancellor's 2013 Budget, despite the Welsh government receiving an additional £104m to spend over the next two years.

Capital spending - which pays for long-term infrastructure and building projects - is being boosted by £161m in Wales.

However, that will be partly offset by cuts in day-to-day revenue funding.

She gave her reaction to BBC Wales Welsh affairs editor Vaughan Roderick.

  • 20 Mar 2013
  • From the section Wales
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