Brexit regret: Welsh voters having second thoughts

Local business groups say they have been offered no design, no blueprint about how Brexit will benefit them.

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    As British Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to sell her Brexit plan, there's growing evidence that those who voted to leave the European Union are changing their minds.

    That is leading to a growing support for another referendum.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Swansea in South Wales.


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