Readers in Wales on issues facing their country after marking 20 years since the vote for a devolved government

Wales voted for devolved government 20 years ago this week by a very narrow margin – just 50.3 to 49.7. We asked readers from Wales to consider what impact this decision had on the country and to share their hopes and concerns about the future post Brexit.

We have heard how the referendum affected communities, national identity and society as a whole. Here are some of their views.

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