Former Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy has urged the UK Government to transfer control over some minor taxes as soon as possible.
He said it would trigger the borrowing powers he claimed are vital for the Welsh Government.
In reply, the current Welsh Secretary David Jones acknowledged that the transfer of smaller taxes could be added to other legislation going through parliament.
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