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Brexit: 'Big ask' for Jones to plan it with no minister

Wales needs a dedicated minister for Brexit to co-ordinate its response to leaving the EU, a former Welsh Government advisor has said.

Gerry Holtham said plans to appoint an advisory group of business leaders and experts were "probably not sufficient".

He claimed it would be a "big ask" for First Minister Carwyn Jones to add Brexit to his list of responsibilities.

The economics professor said a dedicated Brexit ministry would have the staff and resources to undertake the job.

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