There have been swift moves to quash suggestions I reported on earlier that income tax-varying powers could be devolved without a referendum. A source close to the Secretary of State told me there is 'no question of imposing [tax devolution] on the people of Wales.'
The source said the UK Government's position is unchanged: we intend to proceed with a referendum and will call for as early a vote as possible. Welsh Conservatives will campaign for a 'Yes' vote to give Wales a competitive edge.'
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