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Wales benefits if Scots vote Yes, says Nicola Sturgeon

23 March 2014 Last updated at 15:40 GMT

Wales could argue for fairer funding from Westminster if Scotland goes independent, the Scottish National Party's deputy leader says.

Scotland's deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon suggested Wales would be better off if Scotland votes for independence in September's referendum.

Both countries' devolved budgets are set in Whitehall by a system known as the Barnett formula.

The Welsh government claims it is short changed by the formula.

Daniel Davies reports.

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