George Osborne delivering his Budget
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Budget 2013: The view from Westminster

The Welsh government will get an additional £104m to spend over the next two years as a result of the chancellor's Budget.

Capital spending - which pays for long-term infrastructure and building projects - is being boosted by £161m in Wales.

However, that will be partly offset by cuts in day-to-day revenue funding.

The Labour Welsh government attacked a "disappointing" Budget that it said would put pressure on services.

BBC Wales Parliamentary correspondent David Cornock took the political temperature at Westminster.

Budget 2013: Wales gets extra £104m

  • 20 Mar 2013