Welsh leader Carwyn Jones rules out Scots single market deal
The Welsh first minister has said he does not support the idea of Scotland retaining separate access to the European single market after Brexit.
Carwyn Jones said he supported the UK keeping its access to the market, but said individual deals for any of the home nations were unworkable.
He is due to host a British-Irish Council summit in Cardiff.
Nicola Sturgeon, who is calling for Scotland to retain single market access, will be among those attending.
Also in attendance will be figures from the UK government and the devolved nations as well as Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny, with whom Ms... read more
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