Terrorists 'can't be negotiated with' says First Minister

Labour First Minister Carwyn Jones says the causes of terrorism should be looked at 'in time' but that groups such as those behind the Manchester attack 'cannot be negotiated with.'

His party's UK leader has drawn criticism for a speech linking British military interventions abroad with the growth of UK terrorism.

Jeremy Corbyn said that while not seeking to lessen the guilt of 'those who attack our children' that 'many experts...have pointed out the connections between wars that we have been involved in, or supported, or fought, in other countries and terrorism here at home.'

When I spoke to him earlier, Carwyn Jones repeatedly refused to say whether or not he agreed or disagreed with Mr Corbyn's comments nor the timing of them.

You can see his answers below.

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