Welsh referendum: Your reaction
Wales has said a resounding Yes in the referendum on direct law-making powers for the assembly. What is your reaction to the result?
Almost all the 22 Welsh counties have declared, and all backed change except one, Monmouthshire. Turnout is provisionally put at 35%.
A Yes vote will give the assembly direct law-making power in 20 devolved areas, such as health and education. With only a couple of counties left to declare, the final result is now a formality.
What does it mean for the future of the Welsh Assembly? What impact will it have on everyday life in Wales?
Thank you for your comments. This debate is now closed.