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Brexit means Brexit - and we're going to make a success of it
My job is to represent Wales in Whitehall and provide leadership to make sure that our country is in the strongest possible position.
Speaking ahead of the cabinet meeting, Alun Cairns Secretary of State for Wales said:
My job is to represent Wales in Whitehall and provide leadership to make sure that our country is in the strongest possible position to prosper when we leave the European Union.
Brexit means Brexit - and we’re going to make a success of it. There is much work to do, but I am confident that if we pull together and focus on outcomes then Wales can seize the opportunities that will be created.
For example, the investment figures show that Wales is already an attractive destination for foreign investors from outside the EU. My job is to build on this by showing that Wales remains open for business and is ready to increase trade and investment with new and emerging markets.
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