Welsh devolution: a history from 1997 to 2011

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Fourteen years on from the referendum which brought devolution to Wales, the nation is getting ready to go to the polls again.

On 3 March the people will vote in another referendum - this time on whether the assembly should have full law-making powers in areas like health, education and transport.

It has been a long road from 1997 to 2011.

Mark Hannaby looks at how the assembly got to where it is now.

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