17 September 2014 Last updated at 09:01

Wales joins final push for votesYes or No sign

On the last day of campaigning before Scotland's independence poll, Welsh politicians join the final push to win over undecided hearts and minds.


Worker ConnorJobs scheme 'not needed' by majority

Young people on a flagship employment scheme would have got a job without it, says report.

MaerdyCuts 'mean 3,000 valleys jobs to go'

The knock-on effect of welfare cuts could lead to the loss of 3,000 jobs in the south Wales valleys, a report suggests.

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Nick Servini Article written by Nick Servini Nick Servini Political editor, Wales

The Scotland debate in Wales

If I think back a year, I'm not sure how I expected the debate around the Scottish independence referendum to play out in Wales.

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The pledge to keep the spending formula which decides much public spending in Wales has received a mixed response.

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