First Minister Carwyn Jones has downplayed the link between British involvement in foreign conflicts and terror attacks in the UK.
In his first speech since the Manchester bombing, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he would change UK foreign policy to reduce the risk.
Mr Jones told a BBC Wales Ask the Leader programme he did “not think it would have made any difference”.
“They are just fanatics. It is nothing to do with what is happening elsewhere in the world,” he said.