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"England and Wales" forms the constitutional successor to the former Kingdom of England and follows a single legal system, known as English law.

This aimed to replace Welsh criminal law with English law.

Welsh law continued to be used for civil cases until the annexation of Wales to England in the 16th century.

However, following the Norman invasion of Wales in the 11th century, English law came to be practised in the parts of Wales conquered by the Normans (the Welsh Marches).

In 1283, the English, led by Edward I, with the biggest army brought together in England since the 11th century, conquered the remainder of Wales, then organised as the Principality of Wales, which was united with the English crown by the Statute of Rhuddlan of 1284.

Dancehall King Shatta Wale spent last night spitting fire on Mark Okraku Mantey after the latter said he was not a dancehall artist – but he spent the weekend furthering his ‘romance’ with Sister Afia.

The pair sparked headlines when a photo of them kissing during shooting for the music video for ‘Jeje’ was released, so much so that Shatta Michy had to respond.

This specified that in all prior and future laws, references to "England" would by default include Wales (and Berwick).

The Wales and Berwick Act was repealed in 1967, although the statutory definition of "England" it created is preserved for acts passed prior to its repeal.

She said she was ok with Shatta kissing another woman in his line of work – it’s simply business and she does it herself – but is she happy with those same two then ‘twiiiing’ themselves so vigorously during a performance?

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Following the Government of Wales Act, effective since May 2007, the National Assembly for Wales can legislate on matters devolved to it.

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