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Election 2015: UKIP manifesto's 'common sense policies'

UKIP has promised more money for Wales, as it launched its Welsh manifesto for the general election in Merthyr Tydfil.

The party said it would scrap the UK Treasury's Barnett formula for setting the level of spending in the four UK nations, claiming it favours Scotland.

UKIP also said the UK government would give Wales its EU regional grant cash with no strings or need for match funding.

Nathan Gill, the party's leader in Wales, said the manifesto showed the party was not just campaigning about immigration.

  • 17 Apr 2015
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