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Wales will vote to leave European Union, says Nathan Gill

UKIP's Wales leader has said the UK leaving the European Union would mean "real devolution" for Wales.

Nathan Gill told the party's conference in Llandudno that EU responsibilities over farming, fishing, and business would transfer to Cardiff Bay.

The Wales Stronger in Europe group warned "vital EU funding" for farmers and businesses would be lost "wreaking untold damage" on the Welsh economy.

But Mr Gill said "let us have faith that the people of our land" would "rise to the task" of leaving the European Union.

  • 27 Feb 2016
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