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Welsh government ready for 'tough deal' in spending review

The Welsh government says it is braced for a "tough deal" in the latest round of cuts by the Treasury.

The warning comes ahead of the chancellor's spending review on next week.

Ministers in Cardiff say they are worried their budget could shrink by a fifth over the next 10 years.

Nia Griffith, Labour MP for Llanelli, and Andrew RT Davies, leader of the Conservatives in the Welsh assembly, gave their views to Mai Davies on BBC Radio Wales.

  • 17 Jun 2013
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