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AMs must 'make their own EU choice', says David Cameron

Leaving the EU would put 100,000 jobs in Wales at risk, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.

Mr Cameron, who wants to stay in the union, made the comments during a visit to GE Aviation in Nantgarw on Friday.

Treasury officials have estimated the jobs in Wales could be linked to exports to EU countries.

Meanwhile, former Tory leader Michael Howard has backed an exit, saying Mr Cameron's negotiations have "met with failure".

When asked by the BBC if he was surprised that Welsh Tory leader Andrew RT Davies had announced his intention to vote Leave, Mr Cameron said it was up to assembly members "to make their choice".

  • 26 Feb 2016
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