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Scottish referendum: Devolution 'balance must be right'

In the days leading up to the Scottish referendum, people in Wales are weighing up the implications of a yes and no vote on the devolution settlement.

Labour's Alun Michael, now the police and crime commissioner for south Wales, said: "I think a no vote allows the sensible questions about devolution to be returned to. Because the idea of complete independence is a manifest nonsense."

The former Welsh Secretary told BBC Radio Wales' Oliver Hides it was a question of getting the balance right.

  • 15 Sep 2014
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