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Since devolution the Labour Party has clearly dominated Welsh politics. This has also occurred in a context of increasing autonomy of the Welsh Labour Party from the central party leadership. Thus Welsh leaders have been able to play an important role in the formulation of Welsh-specific party policies and electoral programmes. Yet, that autonomy was strictly regulated and supervised by the London leadership in the years of Labour government in Westminster. Additionally, pressures for radical policy innovation coming from territorial movements have been much weaker than in Scotland and this has allowed the Welsh Labour Party to adopt a more moderate, gradual approach to sub-state welfare building. Yet things started to change in 2010, when a new centre-right government was formed in London and coordination between Welsh and British governments became increasingly difficult.
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