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Carwyn Jones says 'no sticking plaster' for constitution

First Minister Carwyn Jones has said further devolution in the UK cannot be fixed with a "sticking plaster".

He told AMs it was "time to put the constitution on a coherent footing".

He repeated his call for the removal of the proposed lockstep rule, limiting income tax powers which could be devolved to Wales after a referendum.

Mr Jones also called for the devolution of powers recommended in the second report of the Silk Commission, which includes responsibility for policing.

In an answer to Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood he said he was prepared to sit down with other party leaders to discuss Wales' position over a new devolution settlement.

  • 23 Sep 2014
  • From the section Wales
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