General Election: Welsh leaders' debate in one minute
Leaders of the five main parties in Wales have set out their stalls in their first live TV gathering of the campaign.
Carwyn Jones said Labour should borrow to boost the economy, while Andrew RT Davies insisted the Tories were the party of low taxation.
Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood warned of a hard Brexit under the Conservatives, while Neil Hamilton said UKIP were the "guard dogs" of the process to leave the European Union.
Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Mark Williams said his party would not prop up a Labour administration or a coalition government.
See the full debate on the BBC's Sunday Politics Wales programme.
- From the section Wales politics