Voters in Wales back plans to give Welsh Assembly more power
Voters in Wales have approved proposals to strengthen the law-making powers of the Welsh Assembly.
All but one of the 22 counties voted yes in Thursday's referendum.
Policy areas such as health, education, environment and transport will be affected, with the assembly now able to pass laws without the consent of Westminster.
Colette Hume reports.
04 Mar 2011
- From the section Wales