19 September 2014 Last updated at 19:38

Reward Wales, says ex-first ministerRhodri Morgan

Wales should be rewarded for not putting the UK "through the mincer" of a referendum on independence, former first minister Rhodri Morgan says, after Scotland voted to stay in the UK.

David CameronPM says Wales must have more say

Prime Minister David Cameron says Wales and the other UK nations must get more of a say over their affairs.

First minister Alex SalmondCarwyn Jones tribute to Alex Salmond

First Minister Carwyn Jones pays tribute to Alex Salmond, who is resigning as leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) and Scotland's first minister.

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Historian Hywel Williams has criticised the "intellectually under-nourished nature" of Welsh political debate.

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