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Welsh parties moving goalposts on EU poll, Crabb says

Welsh party leaders have been accused of "a bit of silliness" in objecting to an EU referendum in June by Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb.

Welsh Tory leader Andrew RT Davies has joined the other parties in warning that holding the vote too soon after May's assembly election could confuse voters.

But Mr Crabb said people were "well able" to handle debates on different issues at "roughly the same time".

He accused the assembly party leaders of "moving the goalposts" after they initially objected to holding the referendum on assembly election day.

  • 28 Jan 2016
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