The Prime Minister has confirmed that the Welsh Government will be given powers to raise their own income tax - subject to a referendum. Stamp duty on the purchase of homes and other property will definitely be devolved.
There will also be more powers for the Government here to borrow money for major construction projects like the M4 relief road.
Our Political Editor Adrian Masters reports on how we could pay some of our taxes direct to the Welsh Government in the future.
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Callum Williams of Wrexham pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm to the woman police officer, assault and damaging property.
RSPCA says at first they thought the caller had confused the animal with a badger.
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