WATCH: Jane Dodds on why Welsh Lib Dems are campaigning for a #peoplesvote on Brexit deal

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have been out and about at the Llanfair Caerinion Show with their Brexitometer and their campaign for a People’s Vote on the deal.

Leader Jane Dodds explains why this is so important for Wales

Their Brexitometer tells an interesting story given that Wales voted so emphatically to leave in June 2016. The tide is certainly turning.

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3 Comments

  • Well done, everyone.

  • Could someone provide a copy of the English text in the questions, they are just out of focus, and this looks like a good idea which deserves to be used elsewhere.

  • Mike Buckingham 26th Jan '19 - 1:25pm

    I am a ‘leaver’ and somewhat disappointed by the Liberal-Democrat stance on the matter. However, this must eventually subside as an issue leaving a tranche of Lib-Dem policies which I can support. I am a journalist and writer, and particularly impressed by your policy on freedom of speech. Your defence policy – unlike Labour’s – seems coherent. This is important since civilised values must at all times be defended.

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