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Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams will say today that her party's ministers in the UK coalition face a hard struggle to get the Conservatives to agree to tax and borrowing powers for the Welsh Government and Assembly.
Ms Williams is addressing the Liberal Democrat Conference on Glasgow.
Kirsty Williams' speech also mocks Labour leader Ed Miliband for praising First Minister Carwyn Jones with the words “we have a great deal to learn from the great things that Carwyn and his government are doing”.
The Welsh Lib Dem leader will say that apprenticeships in England are up by a third since 2010 but down by a third in Wales.
She'll urge 'anyone who needs a reminder to see what Britain would look like under Labour' to come to Wales.
A much-delayed decision on giving some tax and borrowing powers to Wales will be taken 'at the top of the UK Government', according to the Deputy Prime Minister. Nick Clegg has blamed the delay on Conservative ministers.
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters has more from him at the Liberal Democrat party conference in Glasgow.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says that a much-delayed decision on giving some tax and borrowing powers to the Welsh Government will be taken by him and the Prime Minister.
Opponents claim that the decision has been taken out of the hands of the Wales Office and pinned the blame on the Welsh Secretary David Jones for the delay.
Mr Clegg refused to criticise any individual cabinet colleague but did confirm that the decision will the taken 'at the top of government.'
The Deputy Prime Minister has blamed Conservative ministers for delays in a decision on giving some tax and borrowing powers to the Welsh Government. An announcement from the UK Government is expected next month but had originally been due in the Spring.
At the Liberal Democrats' conference in Glasgow, Nick Clegg told Political Editor Adrian Masters that he's not responsible for the delay.