Stephen Crabb says Wales will be at centre of constitution talks
Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has said he is confident Wales will be at the forefront of talks over the future of the UK constitution.
In the wake of the rejection of Scottish independence, Prime Minister David Cameron says Wales must have a bigger say over its affairs and be "at the heart of the debate".
Mr Crabb told BBC Wales he had been talking to Mr Cameron about the need for Wales to be "front and centre" of any talks and said he was "totally reassured" it would be.
"What's really important is that the aspirations of the people of Wales are satisfied and I can well see that aspiration and ambition increasing for Wales, and we're a government who wants to see that met."
Mr Crabb spoke to BBC Wales political reporter Carl Roberts.
19 Sep 2014
- From the section Wales