Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies, said:

“Plaid Cymru’s manifesto talks spiritedly about seizing opportunities, but neglects to mention how many opportunities for change they have simply frittered away by propping up Labour again and again.

“They have very imaginatively conjured the spectre of a so-called Westminster ‘power-grab’; a deluded fear designed to justify their ambition of ripping Wales apart from the rest of the UK, which would cause untold ruin to the Welsh economy and public services.

“The choice on June 8 is clear: Between the strong and stable leadership of Theresa May and her Conservative team, or a coalition of chaos headed up by Jeremy Corbyn and his nationalist stooges.”

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