What hopes do you have for Wales in a post-Brexit era?

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Protestors during an anti-Brexit rally in Cardiff, Wales. 854,572 (52.5%) voters in Wales chose to leave the EU, compared with 772,347 (47.5%) supporting Remain. Photograph: Matthew Horwood/Getty Images

Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones has warned Teresa May that she must “engage and listen” to people across the union, or risk fracturing the country.

“If they are not careful, people’s sense of disengagement with Brussels will simply attach itself to London” he said. “They are giving the impression sometimes that they do not listen. And what kind of message is that to the people of Wales? People in Wales are going to start saying, well, the government is listening to the Scots, we need to be like them.”

Jones said there was a battle looming over granting greater devolved powers, backed by former prime minister Gordon Brown, which the government had to take seriously or risk the countries’ relationships. With Wales’ intervention adding to first minister, Nicola Sturgeon’s repeated demands on Sunday, for a second independence referendum.

If you live in Wales, we’d like you to share your thoughts on Brexit and the future of your country. You can share your thoughts – anonymously, if you prefer – by filling in the form below. We’ll use a selection in our reporting.