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Ireland is a nation that has been able to map out its own destiny, says pro-independence Welsh party leader.
The current turmoil in Westminster is the climax of a "six-year long Brexit psychodrama", Plaid Cymru's leader in Westminster says.
Mark Drakeford says during Dublin visit that his country has not found itself to be better off after leaving the EU.
Northern Ireland, food prices, the ease of a deal - it turns out that many of the claims made by those advocating Brexit were not quite true...
The breakup of the UK has been described as the “most likely” form of “constitutional watershed” from Brexit according to a politics professor.
Meanwhile, in the real world, we have seen a catastrophic slump, by 41%, of all our exports to the Continent. / Trade between Welsh ports and Ireland (which remains in the single market) has seen a decline of 50% in Holyhead, and 40% in Pembrokeshire.
Nearly 40% of people in Wales are in favour of independence, survey suggests
Watching Brexit is rather like watching a traffic collision in very slow motion, as the United Kingdom car is run over by the European Union railway train. / This is because the UK needs their trade more than they need ours so we agreed to a trade deal that favours the European Union rather than us.
Report calls for ‘exploratory referendum’ to look at options, followed by an in-out vote.
A growing number of Welsh citizens now favour an independent Wales, thanks partly to Plaid Cymru’s decision to position itself as a Remain party.
Vote Leave whistleblower claims Brexiteers in UK government ‘hate’ Welsh and Scots.
The SNP is on the rise once again in Scotland and nationalist parties in Northern Ireland outnumber unionists for the first time in history.
IN the early hours of Friday morning Labour’s Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford tweeted that Boris Johnson should remember that “the Conservatives are only the largest party in one of the four nations”.
Party leader Adam Price puts Wales breaking away from UK at centre of campaign.
The UK must be open to Wales voting to quit the union, a Welsh Government report has said.
Brexit will do for independence what Thatcherism did for devolution, one of Plaid Cymru's MPs has said.
More than one third of people in Wales would support the country becoming independent if it meant remaining in the EU, according to new figures.
Four in ten Welsh voters would back the country becoming independent from the rest of the UK if it meant staying in the European Union, according to a new poll.
Wales is not too poor to be an independent nation. The ex-first minister of Wales believes so anyway, though others are less sure. So, how would Wales fare economically if it had to go it alone in a post-Brexit world?
For the UK to survive, the UK government's approach to devolution needs to "change fundamentally", Wales' Brexit minister has warned.
A no-deal Brexit would be a disaster for Wales, but both Johnson and Hunt would prioritise keeping their party together over keeping the Union together, Plaid Cymru's Adam Price writes
Former First Minister Carwyn Jones garnered significant press coverage recently with his statement that the chaos in UK politics was driving curiosity about Welsh independence.
The "shambles" in Westminster is driving curiosity in Welsh independence, former first minister Carwyn Jones has said. / Mr Jones will take part in a debate organised by a pro-independence group at the National Eisteddfod, in August.