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Scottish independence: Carwyn Jones urges devolution plans

Carwyn Jones has said all political parties should set out plans for more devolution next spring.

The first minister, who backs a Scots No vote, said Wales should not be treated separately to Scotland, although it may not end up with the same powers.

He said he hoped for progress on Silk Commission's latest recommendations.

Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood, who supports a Scottish Yes, said Mr Jones could not stand up for Wales' interests.

Both spoke to BBC Wales' Daniel Davies on Sunday Politics Wales, who began by asking Carwyn Jones what - other than a No vote - he hopes the referendum will deliver.

  • 14 Sep 2014
  • From the section Wales
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