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Scottish independence: Jones outlines 'positive alternative'

Wales' First Minister Carwyn Jones says there is a "positive alternative" to independence for Scotland by staying in a reformed United Kingdom.

He was visiting Scotland on Tuesday in support of the union after opinion polls put the two sides in next week's referendum neck-and-neck.

The three main UK parties have all proposed extra powers for Scotland if the people vote to reject independence.

Mr Jones told Felicity Evans of BBC Radio Wales he was taking a positive message to Scotland.

  • 09 Sep 2014
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