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Scotland referendum: Carwyn Jones's fears for Wales's future

First Minister Carwyn Jones has said he fears for Wales' future if Scotland votes for independence.

He was visiting Scotland on Tuesday to speak in support of the union after opinion polls put the two sides in next week's referendum neck-and-neck.

The three main UK parties have all proposed extra powers for Scotland if its people vote to stay in the UK.

James Williams reports for BBC Wales Today.

  • 09 Sep 2014
  • From the section Wales
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