Devolution in Wales: Claims and Responses, 1937-1979

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1937-1979 was a distinctive period in the political history of Wales. It began with a demand by MPs from all parties that a secretary of state be appointed, and ended in 1979 with the referendum on a Welsh assembly, the end of a era in the words of Lord Cledwyn. This book shows how devolution was an issue in Welsh politics during the period under review, how British governments responded to devolutionists demands, and how much was eventually conceded. Early on, two important developments were the setting up in 1949 of the ...

Devolution in Wales: Claims and Responses, 1937-1979 2006, University of Wales Press

ISBN-13: 9780708319901

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