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Is Welsh devo-scepticism beginning to unravel?

9 April 2021

10:36 PM

9 April 2021

10:36 PM

Calls to abolish the Welsh parliament are nothing new: Wales rejected devolution in 1979 and voted only by the smallest of margins for partial self-government almost 20 years later. In spite of this, the Welsh political establishment have embraced the potential of devolved politics over the last two decades.

And so the devo-sceptics have never had a way to deliver their mission.

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