Children in Wales aged as young as seven will get the chance to have their say on the Brexit process, the Welsh Government has said.

A consultation is being launched to help ministers understand the views of the younger generation and make sure they are represented in the Welsh Government's discussions and decisions about Wales' future once the UK leaves the EU.

Announcing the plans, Wales' Minister for Children Huw Irranca-Davies said Brexit would bring about some of the biggest changes children and young people would face in their adult lives, so he was looking forward to hearing their views - and ensuring they were acted on.

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