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Tax collection plans revealed by Welsh government

Plans for how Wales will collect and manage its own taxes for the first time in 700 years have been revealed by Finance Minister Jane Hutt.

Powers over business rates, stamp duty land tax and landfill tax are being devolved to the Welsh government.

Ms Hutt announced a Welsh Revenue Authority, responsible for ensuring taxes are collected, would be created.

She said Wales would be able to "shape taxes which are better suited to Welsh circumstances and proposals".

Political reporter Daniel Davies reports on what will be the first to be set and raised across Wales since the 13th Century.

  • 23 Sep 2014
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