Carwyn Jones says he has 'a great deal of fellow-feeling' for Theresa May as a leader managing the 'prejudices' of her party, but says she must put the country's interests first when it comes to Brexit.
In a speech in London, the First Minister urged the Prime Minister to 'go back to the drawing board' in negotiations with the European Union.
He was speaking at an event in King's College arranged by the organisation 'the UK in a Changing Europe.'
Carwyn Jones warned that the UK Government appears to be on course to a 'catastrophic no-deal Brexit'. But he says there is an alternative:
But he says that requires a different approach to the negotiations from Theresa May.