As the Welsh Liberal Democrats' conference draws to a close, a senior Treasury minister says he wants the Welsh Government to have 'significant' income tax-raising powers.
Danny Alexander told the party that Carwyn Jones and his ministers need more responsibility for raising the money that they spend.
Owain Phillips reports from the final day of the conference in Cardiff.
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