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Crabb says Wales needs welfare reform 'more than UK'

2 March 2014 Last updated at 14:25 GMT

Wales Office minister Stephen Crabb says Wales needs welfare reform as much as the rest of the UK, if not more.

His comments come as almost a half of Welsh voters questioned for a BBC Wales opinion poll say the UK government should take tougher action to force people on benefits into work.

Another 22% thought current policies were about right but 27% thought they were too harsh.

Wayne David, Labour MP for Caerphilly, said people should be encouraged in to into quality employment not "low-wage, skivvy, part-time zero hours" work.

Tomos Livingstone reports for the BBC's Sunday Politics Wales.

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