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Brexit would cost Welsh workers' jobs, says Carwyn Jones

The choice in the EU referendum is a "much more fundamental moment" than the 1997 vote to create the Welsh Assembly, First Minister Carwyn Jones has said.

A vote to leave the EU would say "we are closed for business", he argued, and risk Wales' "better tomorrow".

Speaking in Swansea, he also warned a leave vote would jeopardise efforts to save Welsh steel plants.

But Vote Leave said Britain could only be "independent again" outside the EU.

Mr Jones told BBC Wales many workers in Wales would lose their jobs after a Brexit.

  • 09 Jun 2016
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