A senior Labour figure has urged caution over the prospect of a future Welsh Government being given income tax powers without a long-term guarantee of funding.
The Chancellor announced this week that the law would be changed to give Welsh ministers part control over income tax without the need for a referendum.
George Osborne announced a deal on overall funding for Wales but only for the duration of the current parliament.
On a visit to the National Assembly, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Seema Malhotra, told Political Editor Adrian Masters that there must be a longer term funding promise.
Politicians say how they'd alter Welsh income tax rates following a major change which could speed up the transfer of tax powers
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With the Welsh Government expecting major reductions to its spending budget, those working in education are concerned.