Theo Huckle on Welsh legal system and police devolution

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The case for creating a Welsh legal system is much weaker if powers over the police are not devolved, the Welsh government's top law officer has said.

Counsel General Theo Huckle said respondents to a consultation wanted preparations to create a Welsh jurisdiction to start now.

He also said it was "unacceptable" that there was no Welsh judge at the Supreme Court.

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