Poll decides if Britain is independent, Vote Leave Wales leader says
The leader of Vote Leave in Wales has said Britain can only be "independent again" outside the European Union.
David Jones, a Conservative MP and former Welsh Secretary, called the referendum on the UK's EU membership on 23 June the "biggest decision of our lifetime".
First Minister Carwyn Jones has warned a vote to leave the EU would mean Wales saying to the world "we are closed for business".
But the Clwyd West MP said the choice was "whether or not Britain becomes an independent country again or whether we become part of what will be an increasingly powerful EU which will be well on the road to becoming a superstate".
09 Jun 2016
- From the section EU Referendum