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."
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