Understanding devolution in Wales
Understanding devolution in Wales

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Understanding devolution in Wales

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BBC News (2017) ‘Wales Act carries seeds of own destruction, says Rawlings’, BBC News, 5 March [Online]. Available at https://www.bbc.co.uk/ news/ uk-wales-politics-39159133 [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (Accessed 18 March 2021).
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (2020) UK internal market (Cm 278) [Online]. Available at https://www.gov.uk/ government/ publications/ uk-internal-market (Accessed 18 March 2021).
Institute for Government (2019) Tony Blair: Devolution, Brexit and the future of the Union [Online]. Available at https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk/ sites/ default/ files/ publications/ tony-blair_0.pdf (Accessed 18 March 2021).
National Assembly for Wales (2015) Report on the UK Government’s Draft Wales Bill [Online]. Available at https://senedd.wales/ laid%20documents/ cr-ld10468/ cr-ld10468-e.pdf (Accessed 18 March 2021).
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