Lengthy delays and tailbacks could become the norm without proper planning in Welsh ports, a National Assembly Committee has warned.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Secretary is meeting Japanese businesses based in Wales to discuss future investment ahead of the UK leaving the European UnionRead the full story ›
Wales needs assurances powers over the environment and agriculture come straight to Cardiff post-Brexit, says the Rural Affairs Secretary.Read the full story ›
First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, is meeting Michel Barnier, the European Chief Negotiator for the UK leaving the EU, in Brussels today.
The private talks are ahead of the second round of formal negotiations in Brussels next week. But Mr Barnier has stressed that he will negotiate only with the UK Government.
UK government chaos is adding to uncertainty for EU citizens here and for British citizens in the rest of Europe, says the First MinisterRead the full story ›
The First Minister warns that the UK Government could "throw money at the DUP without giving money to Wales".Read the full story ›
First Minister Carwyn Jones says Theresa May's deal with the Democratic Unionists is proving very expensive.
He says the DUP is calling for an extra two billion pounds for Northern Ireland; the equivalent of more than three billion for Wales.