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EU referendum: Labour accused of wild claims by Crabb

Labour has been accused of making "wild, outlandish claims" on the threat to jobs in Wales if the UK leaves the European Union after a referendum.

Lord Hain, unveiled as manager as Welsh Labour's campaign to stay in the EU, said 200,000 jobs could be at risk.

Prime Minister David Cameron is pushing for EU reforms ahead of a referendum he has promised by the end of 2017.

Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb said the Tories were trying to bring some "cool rationality" to the argument, taking the "pragmatic centre ground".

  • 14 Dec 2015
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