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Give the Welsh more power

Ignored, neglected and patronised, Wales may now prompt as much change to the UK as has Scotland

The Queen addressing the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff in 2006. Devolution is now a “settled and accepted feature of Welsh life.” © POOL/Reuters/Corbis

The years 2014 and 2015 bring with them a tsunami of anniversaries. This year we commemorate the First World War; next year it is the Magna Carta. Scotland, of course, celebrated the anniversary of victory over the English at Bannockburn…

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