Yes-No campaign leaders clash


Campaigners in the assembly powers referendum have clashed over the use of taxpayers' money.

Yes-vote supporters said the lack of official campaigns on either side would spoil the debate. It follows a decision by their opponents, True Wales, not to apply for lead-campaign status. They said they had decided to remain a grassroots movement and not spend any taxpayers' money on their campaign.

Yes For Wales chairman Roger Lewis and True Wales campaign director Rachel Banner came together for the first time to debate the issues with BBC Wales' Dragon's Eye's Felicity Evans.

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