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The former First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones rejects claims from right-wing politicians and commentators that the closure of the steelworks is down to net-zero policies and lays the blame squarely at the feet of Brexit and the Conservative government who he says have done nothing to meaningfully save British steel since the referendum in 2016.
Nigel Farage predicted back in 2016 that if the UK didn't leave the EU it would be the end of the steel industry. This week the Brexiteer was proven wrong again, with news of massive job losses at Port Talbot Steelworks in Wales.
Rishi Sunak claimed the UK offers a “very special status” to Scotland when challenged to replicate Northern Ireland’s “special” EU single market access for other home nations.
A farmer says the lack of border checks on meat coming into the UK is deeply worrying, as it could be putting the country at risk of diseases like foot and mouth.
Businesses in Wales have revealed the problems they say they are facing because of Brexit.
Covid, Brexit and a shortage of lorry drivers has been blamed for delays in collecting people's household rubbish. Ceredigion, Powys, Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan councils said they were already facing delays or expected further delays. Residents said their household or garden waste had been left on the kerbside for weeks.
Wales' automotive industry faces more challenges over future Brexit trade changes, according to experts. / The Welsh Automotive Forum said new checks on imports and rules over where car parts can come from could add to customs disruption when they are introduced.
The post-Brexit trade deal between the UK and EU is a "thin deal' for Wales, says the first minister.
A Tory Brexiteer MP has been slammed by his own colleague for his “wrong and unhelpful” remarks about Welsh democracy.
Michael Gove just confirmed to me at @SeneddEAAL that the UK Government has not conducted an economic impact assessment on the effect of the Brexit deal on Holyhead Port. This did not stop him from claiming that the deal would leave Holyhead in "a stronger position than ever".
Carole Cadwalladr digs into one of the most perplexing events in recent times: the UK's super-close 2016 vote to leave the European Union. Tracking the result to a barrage of misleading Facebook ads targeted at vulnerable Brexit swing voters -- and linking the same players and tactics to the 2016 US presidential election -- Cadwalladr calls out the "gods of Silicon Valley" ...