One of the major factors influencing the Brexit vote, especially in Wales, was the level of immigration into the UK.
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.
As the UK Government chokes on an American chlorinated chicken, the stance of Her Majesty’s Opposition is undoubtedly a matter of some importance.
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?