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The agreement between the Welsh government and the UK government on the Welsh government’s fiscal framework

On Monday 19 December, the Welsh and UK governments agreed a new fiscal framework for the Welsh government.

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The agreement between the Welsh government and the United Kingdom government on the Welsh government’s fiscal framework

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(Cymraeg) The agreement between the Welsh government and the United Kingdom government on the Welsh government’s fiscal framework

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The new fiscal framework will enable the powers in the Wales Act 2014 – and any further powers devolved under the current Wales Bill – to be implemented. In particular, it will support the devolution of stamp duty land tax and landfill tax, and the creation of Welsh rates of income tax (subject to the enactment of the Wales Bill currently before Parliament).

Published 19 December 2016
Last updated 20 December 2016 + show all updates
  1. Updated translation to Welsh version
  2. Welsh language version added
  3. First published.