Carwyn Jones has told AMs that the Prime Minister "didn't tell me much" when she rang him this morning about her Brexit speech. He added that some of her speech was welcome but that being "half-in, half-out" of the Customs Union needed explanation.
in her speech, Theresa May sought to reassure the Welsh and Scottish Governments, as well as the Northern Ireland executive, which collapsed yesterday.
The First Minister responded that because any Brexit deal would affect devolved matter, the Assembly would vote on whether to give legislative consent before the deal could be put to MPs and peers. He said that what was most important was to avoid "anything that impairs the ability of companies to export from Wales and so their ability to employ people".
He had a specific fear that the Welsh ferry ports could lose out if Northern Ireland gets a special deal on border controls with the Irish Republic.