Conservatives urge council tax freeze in Wales


Council tax bills in Wales should be frozen, according to delegates at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.

Local authorities in England are not going to raise taxes and the Conservatives want the same thing to happen in Wales.

Money will be available to the Welsh government to allow this to happen, but it is not ring-fenced, so ministers in Cardiff could spend it on other things.

BBC Wales political editor Betsan Powys reports.

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