'We need a designated leader in Wales'
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Tory Andrew RT Davies wants designated Wales party leader

The Conservative Party needs a '"designated leader in Wales", the AM for South Wales Central Andrew RT Davies has said.

Mr Davies made the call on BBC's Sunday Politics programme when defending his party's general election campaign in Wales.

He is widely referred to as the leader of the Welsh Conservatives but his authority does not extend beyond the assembly Tory group.

It comes after the Welsh Conservatives put up a different representative for each of the three televised debates.

  • 11 Jun 2017
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