EU vote: Views from a Welsh port town
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EU vote: Views from the Welsh port town of Holyhead

Holyhead is the second busiest passenger ferry port in the UK, with 2.1 million people travelling to and from Wales and Ireland every year.

The port dominates the town, with direct rail and road connections from Anglesey to London and beyond.

But while the fortunes of the town are clearly linked to the Republic of Ireland, what do those living, working, or just passing through the town think of the EU referendum on 23 June?

BBC Wales' George Herd asked some of those in Holyhead about their views on the vote.

  • 13 Jun 2016
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