Theresa May says Swansea deal helps country work for everyone
Theresa May has visited Swansea to sign a £1.3bn investment deal for south west Wales predicted to create more than 9,000 jobs.
The prime minister said it was part of the UK government's plan to create an economy that worked for everyone.
She said the referendum vote last June was a vote not just to leave the European Union, but for wider change.
- From the section Wales politics