Welsh sing independence tune

Wales is a long way from declaring independence, but it is no longer just a pipedream.

Hope for a better country, but not as part of the United Kingdom. There is a strong sense of national identity in Wales, which has helped fuel calls for it to achieve independence, following similar calls further north in Scotland.

­And yet the debate continues to rage over whether Welsh ambitions are driven by economic sense or pure emotion.

Wales is a part of the UK and a proud nation, with its own language and customs. It is also the latest voice to call for independence. Plaid Cymru, which means the Party of Wales, has always argued the country would be better off without the UK, and it seems increasing numbers are starting to see their point of view.


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