The leader of the Welsh Conservatives has urged the Chancellor to 'modify' his plans to cut tax credits for working families.
Andrew RT Davies says he agrees with the principle of the plan but says the changes should be made more slowly.
He's warning that 'too many families face hitting a brick wall if this reform is not phased in.'
And he's called for a 'taper rate' to be introduced to ease the introduction of the reforms.
The plans are hugely controversial and have attracted criticism from some backbench Conservatives as well as political opponents.
As leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies is the highest-profile internal critic of the implementation of the plans if not the principle.
He explains his reasons for speaking out in an interview with me which you can watch below:
Andrew RT Davies's full statement is below:
However Mr Davies has been criticised in turn. The leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, Kirsty Williams says it's 'appalling' that he's only speaking out as the changes are about to be introduced.