'We need to move jobs out of Cardiff'
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'Drain of young workers from rural Wales ridiculous'

A public body should be moved to Gwynedd to stem the flow of young people leaving the county, a Welsh-language campaigner has said.

Simon Brooks told BBC Wales "an unintended consequence" of devolution was more public sector jobs were being centralised in the capital.

The Welsh Government said it was "fully committed" to ensuring Gwynedd benefits from public sector jobs and investment.

But Mr Brooks told BBC Wales rural areas have been "losing young people by the bucket load", calling it a "ridiculous situation".

  • 20 Dec 2016
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