Wales for Europe has joined with eight other anti-Brexit organisations to campaign for a ‘People’s Vote’ on the final Brexit deal. And the campaign has been backed by leading members of Labour, Plaid Cymru and Liberal Democrats in Wales.
The agreement on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU is cause for relief not celebration; the benefits set against the cost of leaving will be very small indeed.
The UK Government’s courtship of a ‘no-deal’ is better than a ‘bad deal’ is reckless. A hard Brexit on WTO terms will cost Wales £1.1 billion a year.
The breaking of the promise to upgrade the Great Western rail route all the way to Swansea is a window into the Brexit future waiting for Wales.
In a landmark debate and vote, the Senedd has rejected the Prime Minister’s EU (Withdrawal) Bill “in its current form”. What happens now?