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Autumn Statement: Nick's view

Wales will receive an extra £400m over five years to spend on capital projects, Chancellor Philip Hammond has said in his first Autumn Statement.

He also recommitted the government's support for investment deals for the Swansea Bay region and north Wales.

Wales' Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford welcomed a "belated agreement" on extra money for investment.

BBC Wales political editor Nick Servini gives his perspective on the Welsh impact of Mr Hammond's approach.

  • 23 Nov 2016
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