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Carwyn Jones says Wales 'won't play second fiddle'

Politicians in Wales have been digesting the Scottish No vote and what the rejection of independence means for Wales and rest of the United Kingdom in the future.

The prime minister has said Wales will be at the heart of talks about changes in the UK nations.

First Minister Carwyn Jones says the old Union is dead and the future of the United Kingdom needs to be discussed now, including the issue of underfunding.

He said Wales will not "play second fiddle".

Cemlyn Davies reports on the reaction to the No vote in Wales.

  • 19 Sep 2014
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