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Section 1: Designing devolution

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This is a composite of two photos comparing the Welsh and UK Parliaments. The Welsh Parliament image shows the siambr or debating room, a round room surrounded by glass. Work stations are arranged on wide curved desks, with all members facing the middle of the room. Each work station has a computer and chair. The UK Parliament image shows the House of Commons, a high-ceilinged rectangular room resembling a chapel. The central aisle separates the two areas of seating, which are wide green benches. These two seating banks face each other across the aisle.