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Wales 'debating more powers, not independence'

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While public support for independence in Wales is far lower than in Scotland (around 10% according to polls), events in Edinburgh this week have forced politicians to think about how Wales might be governed in the future.

Cardiff University's Professor Richard Wyn Jones examines why Wales is so different compared to Scotland in terms of the independence debate.


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