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'There has never been a war on Wales', says Cameron

David Cameron has denied waging a "war on Wales", saying he wants to deliver more devolution.

Speaking to BBC Wales, he admitted there were disagreements with Labour First Minister Carwyn Jones, who he accused of cutting the NHS in Wales.

The prime minister told political editor Nick Servini that a bill offering more powers for Wales would be included in the Queen's Speech.

He also promised "fair funding" with the "expectation" that Wales would then hold a referendum on income tax powers.

  • 14 May 2015
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