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Carwyn Jones: Important to shape Labour policy in Wales

The Welsh Labour party has been offered more power to make its own decisions under plans agreed by the UK party's ruling National Executive Committee.

It agreed to transfer powers to the Welsh and Scottish parties over issues such as Westminster candidate selections and said both should have a representative on the NEC.

The changes are subject to approval at the UK party's conference in Liverpool.

Welsh Labour leader Carwyn Jones said he was "delighted" by the plans.

  • 21 Sep 2016
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