The Prime Minister Theresa May has defended her proposed Brexit deal at the Royal Welsh Winter Fair in Builth Wells today.
She told ITV Wales her deal sets out a "very bright future" in terms of the trading relationship with the European Union, adding that the future of the Welsh economy is about ensuring that "our future is in our hands".
Asked about the number of MPs opposed to the deal, Mrs May said they need to think about "delivering on the Brexit deal... that's what this deal does. It ends free movement, it ends those vast annual sums going to the EU every year... and takes us out of the Common Agricultural Policy".
The Prime Minister has challenged UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to a Brexit TV debate, as part of her intensive two-week campaign to get her EU exit agreement through the Commons.
When asked whether there should be other voices taking part in the debate, including from Wales, Mrs May responded that "Jeremy Corbyn and I are leaders of parties that actually cover getting on for 90% of MPs in the Commons".
When asked if she felt her TV debate could win the ratings battle with ITV's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, she responded that nothing had been settled in terms of when the debate would take place.
The First Minister Carwyn Jones responded to Theresa May's claims that her proposed Brexit deal would be good for Wales and the UK, saying the deal "does not protect and preserve the interests of Wales and the rest of the UK".
Ahead of the visit, Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price wrote to the Prime Minister saying Wales "deserves more than a day-trip".
On Monday, May battled a barrage of criticism over what some described as a 'botched' Brexit deal.
The Prime Minister's deal will be put to a vote of MPs next month but she faces a battle to get it through the House of Commons.