Brexit: Time to work together, says Carwyn Jones
The first minister has called on Theresa May to rethink plans for how the UK should leave the European Union.
In a letter to the prime minister, Carwyn Jones claimed the general election result showed there was "no mandate" for a "hard Brexit".
He called for an urgent meeting of the joint ministerial committee of leaders across the UK and talks with wider society to establish a "broad-based consensus" on the way forward.
13 Jun 2017
- From the section Wales