Brexit clash in Welsh election debate
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Election 2017 debate: Welsh leaders go head-to-head

Leading politicians from the five main parties have clashed over Brexit in the BBC Wales TV Leaders' Debate.

Labour's Carwyn Jones said Theresa May had no plan for Brexit.

Conservative Darren Millar said Wales would be "right at the heart" of the talks, but Lib Dem Mark Williams said the Tories "could not be trusted".

UKIP's Neil Hamilton said there would be "plenty of money in the coffers" post-Brexit but Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood said Wales would lose out.

The debate on BBC One Wales follows a row between senior Tories over arrangements for their party's representative in the event.

BBC Wales political correspondent Daniel Davies reports.

  • 30 May 2017
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