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The Liberal Democrats are promising to deliver what they call 'home rule for Wales' - the creation of a more powerful Parliament in Cardiff Bay.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg told our Political Editor, Adrian Masters that Wales should have the same or similar powers to Scotland.
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The leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats has said its time Wales had a 'proper parliament'.
Speaking at the party conference in Glasgow, Kirsty Williams said warned other parties to fulfil their pledges on more devolution in Wales or risk fuelling calls for independence.
Ms Williams, who is vice-chairing the Lib Dems' general election campaign, told activists at the party's conference in Glasgow: "We are four nations distinct with our own ambitions, our own needs and our own outlook. All these nations need a place at the table.
"We need a federal solution in which all four nations are equal partners in charge of their own destiny, as part of one united family - and now is the time to do it."
The Welsh Liberal Democrat leader has warned the political parties to fulfil their pledges on further devolution or risk fuelling calls for independence in Wales as well as Scotland.
Kirsty Williams told her party's conference in Glasgow that the desire for more self-rule must be taken seriously in Westminster.
It’s not good enough to only talk about Scottish devolution under the rise of Scottish nationalism.
It’s not good enough just to talk about English votes for English laws under the threat of English nationalism.
I say candidly conference: if that approach continues, then don’t be surprised if the Welsh conclude that it is only by voting nationalist that things will change.
The Liberal Democrats must never let that happen
She also told delegates at Glagow that the UK needs 'a Federal solution in which all four nations are equal partners in charge of their own destiny.'
Wales must have a proper parliament.
One that reflects the will of the people.
One that has the powers to make a difference.
One that shows that devolution really can work.
Our message to the people of Wales is clear: A vote for the Liberal Democrats will be a vote for Wales to have a real say over its destiny.
Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams will tell her party's UK conference in Glasgow that proposals to give the Welsh Assembly significant new powers should receive all party backing. The Silk Commission said important tax raising powers should be devolved to Wales, together with new areas of responsibility, including policing.
Energy, justice, tax varying powers, the list goes on - all will be delivered by the Liberal Democrats. Now is the time for the other parties to step up to the plate. I challenge them to do as Nick Clegg has done and sign up to the Silk Commission's recommendations - so that Wales can speak as one voice Wales must have a proper parliament. One that reflects the will of the people. One that has the powers to make a difference. One that shows that devolution really can work
She added that it was important to offer people hope after the divisions caused by the Scottish independence referendum. It was important that the right lesson was learnt from the result in Scotland.
The referendum must be a lesson that people across the UK want more of a say over their future. We must show that change is coming. Independence can't be their only option. The SNP, Plaid Cymru, UKIP - we can't let them divide us. Devolving power is in our DNA - it's what we do. The Liberal Democrats must now take back the devolution agenda.
Future Welsh Governments should have far-reaching powers over areas such as policing, transport and major energy projects according to the Deputy Prime Minister.
Nick Clegg's been been speaking to our Political Editor Adrian Masters at the Liberal Democrat Conference in Glasgow.
Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams has dismissed calls for the Severn tolls to be devolved to the Welsh Government, saying it would be better for Wales to abolish them altogether.
The First Minister has previously called for responsibility for the tolls and their income to be transferred and, in response to the Lib Dem pledge, the Welsh Government has said it should 'have a say'when the bridges return to public ownership.
But Kirsty Williams says no UK Government is likely to agree to such a move.
Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams says scrapping the tolls on the Severn Bridges would cost the UK Government around £15m a year once the construction bill is paid in 2018 and debts associated with the bridges are settled.
The Welsh Government says it has 'made clear' to the UK Government that Wales should have a say on the future of the Severn Bridge tolls.
The Department of Transport and the Highway Agency is currently responsible for both crossings, including the level of the tolls.
However, we have made it clear to the UK Government that we should have a say on future of the tolls after the end of the current concession agreement with Severn River Crossing PLC.