The Commissioner for Wales' largest police force is to press ahead with plans for an inflation busting 7% increase in the amount that we have to pay for police services on top of our council tax.
People living in other parts of Wales look set to pay between 2.6% and nearly 4% more. Our political editor Adrian Masters reports.
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