A refusal to publish the minutes of cross-party talks on Welsh devolution is a 'Westminster stitch-up' according to a Plaid Cymru MP.
Jonathan Edwards made his comments after being refused access to the record of discussions held at the beginning of the year by the Welsh Secretary which are often referred to as the 'St. David's Day Agreement.'
However his attack has been criticised by the UK Government which says that Plaid Cymru had signed up to the consensus reached during the process.
The talks and the subsequent blueprint published by David Cameron and Nick Clegg have formed the basis of the UK Government's draft Wales Bill which will change the powers of the Welsh Government and the National Assembly.
Jonathan Edwards tabled a written question asking to see the minutes and has criticised the refusal of the Welsh Secretary to publish them:
This is the response from the Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb to Jonathan Edwards' Written Parliamentary Question:
But a Wales Office source points out that Plaid Cymru took part in the St. David's Day process.
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