Wales concerns 'taken into account'
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Brexit: Wales concerns taken into account, May says

The prime minister has told MPs the "particular concerns" of Wales are being taken into account as she prepares to trigger the formal Brexit process.

Theresa May rejected criticism that devolved governments were not being fully involved in preparations for the UK to leave the European Union.

Plaid Cymru's Parliamentary leader Hywel Williams said Welsh Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford described a forum set up to bring the UK and devolved governments together as "less organised than a community council".

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