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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is expected to tell his party's Welsh conference that today's devolution deal is 'another step towards Home Rule for Wales.'
And he's expected to say that the moves 'would not have happened without the Liberal Democrats.'
He'll tell party members that Liberal Democrats in government 'have delivered greater devolution to Wales than anyone could have expected in 2010.'
Mr Clegg is expected to say
The Prime Minister says that today's expected announcement of further powers for the Assembly and Welsh Government is part of the Conservative party's 'ambitious, long-term plan for Wales.'
David Cameron said:
Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb says today's announcement of further powers for the Assembly and Welsh Government is 'landmark moment.' He says it marks the culmination of months of cross-party talks.
Latest ITV News reports
David Cameron and Nick Clegg have unveiled proposals for a range of new powers for the Welsh Government and National Assembly.
The UK Government is to announce a range of new powers for the Welsh Assembly in what it calls a 'landmark moment' in devolution