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The impact of the Scottish referendum on national identity

What will the impact of the Scottish independence referendum vote be on the concept of Britishness?

In the last census, a third of Welsh people said they felt British or a combination of British, Welsh and other nationalities while more than half said they felt only Welsh.

Huw Thomas spoke to people in Wales to find out how they identify themselves.

  • 17 Sep 2014
  • From the section Wales
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