David Cameron rules out major funding changes for Wales
Prime Minister David Cameron has ruled out any major changes to the way the Welsh government is funded from Westminster, in the wake of the Scottish referendum.
David Cameron renewed his call for Wales' first minister to take advantage of new powers and hold a referendum on devolving some control over income tax.
Carwyn Jones has refused to do so unless the Welsh government is given a better financial settlement by the UK Treasury.
But the Prime Minister told BBC Wales political editor Nick Servini that there were no plans for "some huge change" in how cash is shared between the four UK nations.
07 Oct 2014