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Budget cut 'moderate' says Welsh Secretary David Jones

26 June 2013 Last updated at 19:50 BST

Welsh Secretary David Jones has described the budget cuts announced for Wales in the spending review as "moderate".

The Welsh government has been told it will get £13.6bn in funding from the Treasury in 2015 - a 2% cut after inflation.

The Welsh secretary told BBC Wales' David Cornock that a decision to protect some areas of spending in England has led to benefits for Wales.

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