Carwyn Jones and Nigel Farage
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Farage and Jones clash over jobs impact of EU exit

First Minister Carwyn Jones and UKIP leader Nigel Farage have clashed over the future of Welsh jobs in a head-to-head debate on the UK's future within the European Union.

Mr Jones said leaving the EU would have "devastating consequences" for Wales, and asked what Mr Farage had done to help the British steel industry in his role as a Euro MP.

Mr Farage claimed membership of the EU had left the first minister "impotent".

He argued the UK would have more control of its economy outside the EU.

The pair clashed over the possible impact of an exit on the economy, jobs and immigration.

  • 11 Jan 2016
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