The Justice Commission, which was appointed by the Welsh Government, recommended Wales to have its own court system.Read the full story ›
The Committee said that devolution could 'unlock the potential' of Cardiff airport, boost the Welsh brand and promote economic growth.Read the full story ›
20 years after Wales elected its first Assembly, a new opinion poll suggests that despite broad support for devolution, doubts remain.Read the full story ›
UKIP has dropped its support for devolution and called for a referendum on the Assembly's future, to be held 25 years after it was set up.Read the full story ›
The UK Government has published the 24 EU powers it says can't go straight to Wales after Brexit, even though they affect devolved areas.Read the full story ›
An exclusive poll by ITV Cymru Wales has revealed that 30% think the UK Government and Parliament should be in charge of education in Wales.Read the full story ›
Wales today celebrates the 20th anniversary of the historic vote to say 'yes' to devolution.Read the full story ›
An ITV Wales poll has asked Welsh voters if they'd vote for an Assembly today, exactly 20 years after the referendum was actually held.Read the full story ›
The group, which is being set up by Labour to examine how best to redistribute powers across the UK, will meet for the first time.Read the full story ›
Former prime minister Tony Blair has admitted his government made a "mistake" by failing to do enough to ensure that devolution of powers to Scotland and Wales did not undermine the United Kingdom's national identity.
Mr Blair insisted that he still believes he was right to create national assemblies in Edinburgh and Cardiff in 1999, arguing that resisting demands for the devolution of power would have stoked up demand for outright independence.
But in a new book entitled British Labour Leaders, he acknowledged that did not understand at the time the importance of maintaining cultural unity between the different parts of the UK.