14:07 UK time, Thursday, 21 August 2014
You get an interesting perspective from Scottish expats living in Wales because they are watching the referendum debate from a place where there are people with similar ambitions for independence.
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Wales has said a resounding Yes in the referendum on direct law-making powers for the assembly. So what does it mean for Wales?
Where powers lie in the UK's devolved political system
Follow our guided tour round the Welsh Assembly
The journey from ballot box to Assembly chamber
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