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Wales Says Yes: Devolution and the 2011 Welsh Referendum

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Wales Says Yes: Devolution and the 2011 Welsh Referendum.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Richard Wyn Jones(Author) Roger Scully(Author)

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Wales Says Yes provides the definitive account and analysis of the March 2011 Welsh referendum. Drawing on extensive historical research, the book explains the background to the referendum, why it was held, and what was at stake. The book also explains how the rival Yes and No campaigns emerged, and the varying degree of success with which they functioned. Through a detailed account of the results, and analysis of survey evidence on Welsh voters, the book explains why Wales voted Yes in March 2011. Finally, it considers what that result may mean for the future of both Wales and the UK.

'Richard Wyn Jones and Roger Scully have put the analysis of Welsh politics on the map of the global academy. In their latest work, they trace the tortuous contours of the road to full law-making powers in the 2011 referendum. Their argument will provoke debate and discussion in Wales and beyond. It is a very readable, comprehensive and well-informed account of developments in the unstoppable dynamic of devolution'. --Leighton Andrews, Assembly Member for the Rhondda

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  • By Abigail Tyler on 5 April 2014

    I am currently doing a degree in Business and Economics and my dissertation is on devolution, this book has been invaluable

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