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Wales’ role in UK-EU relations has greatly diminished since Brexit, with open democratic debate replaced by diktat and decisions made in the shadows, MSs warned.
WALES and Ireland should strive for greater ties at a crucial juncture in the countries’ shared history, the Senedd heard. / Delyth Jewell led a debate on a report following an inquiry into Wales-Ireland relations.
Brexit and inflation have been blamed as two of the key factors behind plans to close a poultry factory on Anglesey. ‌​‌‌​​​‌‍‌​‌​‌​​/ He said the company’s chief executive had cited Brexit and the impact on trading conditions as one of the main causes behind the factory’s potential closure. ‌​‌‌​​​‌‍‌​‌​‌​​​
A Welsh Conservative has told the Senedd that the new UK subsidy control regime is taking so long to navigate that it’s having a detrimental impact on a business in his constituency.
THEY say a week is a long time in politics – and this week has certainly felt it! Intent on further undermining the devolution settlement and Scottish democracy, the UK Government is pushing ahead with its flawed Retained EU Law (REUL) Bill later today.
UK government plans to scrap thousands of EU laws at the end of 2023 should be reconsidered, according to a cross-party group of Senedd members.
The UK Government is set to break its promises to match the funding nations and regions of the UK received before Brexit, Whitehall sources have warned.
A majority of Leave voters in Wales believe that Brexit should not be used to remove powers from the Senedd, according to findings from researchers at Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre.
A MAJORITY of leave voters in Wales wouldn’t back removing powers from the Senedd in the name of making the most of Brexit.
A year on from leaving the EU, it’s time for an annual report on how Brexit has worked out for Wales.
Darren Millar, who represents Clwyd West, came under fire from Plaid Cymru Deputy Leader Rhun ap Iorwerth for keeping his EU citizenship, while voting to take it away from others.
Darren Millar, the MS for Clwyd West, has retained his EU citizenship, despite voting to take it away from others.
Joyce Watson, Labour regional Senedd Member for Mid and West Wales, recently asked what Wales was doing to protect its ports at the Welsh Parliament.
Wales voted for Brexit by the same margin as the UK overall, 52 to 48 per cent, in sharp contrast to Northern Ireland and Scotland. / There is evidence that disproportionate support for Leave among the 21 per cent of Welsh voters who were born in England tipped the vote for Leave in Wales.
Tory who likened violent attack on US Capitol to second Brexit referendum campaign is new Welsh leader.
The Welsh Government plans to take the UK government to court over a new law that sets the rules of trade between different UK nations after Brexit.
A Tory website has published an article calling for the abolition of the Senedd because the party can’t win elections in Wales.
Senedd members have rejected a post-Brexit law on trade in the UK after claims it would "neuter" devolution.
The UK government is threatening to "undermine devolution", "impose its will on Wales" and "profoundly" limit the Senedd's powers after Brexit, it is claimed.
The legislation begins its passage through the House of Lords on Monday and is likely to be heavily amended.
UK ministers are granting themselves powers to spend on infrastructure in Wales.
The Welsh Government's approach to agreeing post-Brexit legislation with the UK government is "high-risk and flawed", a report has said.