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Liz Saville-Roberts says "it's evident people are fed up with the personality riven soap-opera slogans politics.
"As a society we have to look at politics is for, politics is how we live together.
"We are going to have to find a way to be a society as a whole."
"We have to trust each other, if we say we're going to do something, we have to do it," says Jane Dodds.
"We have to work together".
One audience member accuses the Conservatives of trying to "brainwash" young people by changing their twitter name to Fact Check UK during the live election debate.
"We need to apologise to the whole of the Jewish community", says Labour's Nia Griffith.
Nia Griffith says she is "very very ashamed" of antisemitism in the Labour party.
She says there should be an apology to all the Labour members and everyone in the Jewish community.
"Stop lying to us, don't insult our intelligence", says Patrick Jones who asked the question on faith in politics.
James Wells says: "The Brexit Party slogan is 'change politics for good' and that's why I got involved in politics in the first place."
"We must carry out our promises", says David TC Davies on trust in politicians.
Mr Davies says he has been shocked by some of the speeches candidates have made about celebrating the deaths of politicians.
He says that it is outrageous that people are saying the Tories would sell off the NHS.
When challenged on a recent change of Twitter handle by the Tory party during a recent debate, Mr Davies joked it was an "enthusiastic move by someone there".
There were jeers of "lies" by audience members.
Patrick Jones asks: What are you going to do to restore our faith in politics and politicians?Copyright: Getty Images
"It is quite obvious carbon dioxide is affecting the climate", says David TC Davies for the Tories.
"We've put forward a plan to be carbon neutral by 2050.
"It might not be as ambitious as some people want but we don't want to create a loss of jobs."
"We can't play politics with the climate emergency", says Jane Dodds.
She says that politicians need to work with farmers and landowners to fight climate change and plant trees.
Ms Dodds talks about investing in the Swansea Tidal Lagoon.
Ms Griffith is asked about Cardiff Airport: "It clearly is a project being taken over by Welsh Government and we want to see it succeed.
"The point is the airport exists and we're not going to get rid of air travel overnight... we need to look at ways to green our economy."
"We have a very, very clear plan and we need to be very bold", says Nia Griffith of Labour.
"It's essential we get a move on.
"We want to use the natural resources we have here and have a green industrial revolution."
"We don't have a mile in electrified railway in Wales," says Liz Saville-Roberts.
Nuclear has always been a difficult issue for Plaid, with Wylfa B plant on Anglesey, and the issue of jobs for the island.
She says it is "no" to any new nuclear sites as Plaid's policy.
Brexit Party James Wells says "we have got an issue here" about climate change.
"When we turn our TVs on we see forests burning" he says.
Mr Wells says his colleague Nathan Gill is "wrong" in his personal view on whether the climate problem is man-made.
He says we need to work with the UN and to stop sending our plastics overseas to be dealt with.
Rose Parkin asks: What are you going to do to stop the climate crisis?Copyright: Getty
Jane Dodds admits that the Liberal democrats should have done more during their time in the coalition government to stop cuts.
"We shouldn't have things like zero hour contracts," she says.
"We woulds never ever sell off or privatise the NHS or sell it off," says David TC Davies.
"We want money into Wales and want it spent properly on a National Health Service".
Conservatives' David TC Davies responding to the question says he "totally accepts poverty exists" in our society.
"I would never be complacent about that, we do need to do a lot more to address this."