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EU referendum: UK 'should spend money as we see fit'

Campaigners wanting the UK to leave the European Union have said the money Wales gets from Brussels would be maintained by the UK government in the event of Brexit.

In a letter, several Tory ministers, including Michael Gove and Chris Grayling, said there was "more than enough money" to make the promise.

Prime Minister David Cameron, campaigning to Remain in the EU, has said it was not certain the money would be replaced.

But Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies - who backs Brexit - said the UK would be able to spend the money saved on leaving the EU "as we see fit".

  • 14 Jun 2016
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