Pembrokeshire MP Stephen Crabb has told ITV News he is 'well placed' to unite the Conservative party and the United Kingdom as he campaigns to become the next Tory leader.
The Work and Pensions Secretary told ITV Cymru Wales' Political Editor Adrian Masters there would be no second referendum following the vote to leave the European Union.
Mr Crabb said it would be a 'massive gross breach of trust' to not accept the electorate's decision and he will take Britain out of the European Union if he becomes the next Prime Minister.
He also said he would better spend European money in Wales.
He also insists he is 'entirely, entirely happy' on the law regarding same sex marriage despite voting against the legislation.
See the full interview on tonight's Wales at Six and on Sharp End at 10.40pm.