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Nigel Farage unconvinced on demand for tax-raising powers

The leader of UKIP says that his party is emerging as the main opposition to the Labour Party in Wales.

Speaking ahead of the party's annual conference in Doncaster Nigel Farage said that Wales gets "a rotten deal" in funding from the UK Government.

He also said that he felt more powers would be devolved to the National Assembly and that "the devolution genie is out of the bottle".

A ICM/BBC poll suggested support for UKIP had doubled from 7% to 14%.

Mr Farage was speaking to BBC Wales political reporter Carl Roberts.

  • 26 Sep 2014
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