The UK government's plans for the Great Repeal Bill cause an argument over whether EU powers will go to Westminster or Cardiff Bay.Read the full story ›
UKIP's leader in the Senedd, Neil Hamilton, has been ordered to apologise after telling a fellow AM that "suicide is an option". He made the remark to Labour's Eluned Morgan, who was expressing her regret that Britain was leaving the European Union.
Today's a profoundly sad day for the nation and also for our children and our children's children. Of course, those who will pay the highest price for Article 50 will be those who can least afford it.
AMs repeated to each other what they had heard Neil Hamilton say and the Lywydd (Presiding Officer) Elin Jones ordered him to apologise. He seemed reluctant to comply.
What was unparliamentary about the remark? ... In deference to you Llywydd, I will apologise for whatever remark I am supposed to have made.
Eluned Morgan said that she would have liked an apology as well but the Presiding Office ruled that she had accepted Neil Hamilton's apology on her behalf.
Despite assurances from Theresa May, Carwyn Jones warns that Brexit could undermine devolution. It's a view backed today by Gordon Brown.Read the full story ›
Plaid Cymru demands an urgent Senedd debate and Labour launches a consultation on the UK's future as the process of leaving the EU begins.Read the full story ›
Ukip Welsh Assembly Member Mark Reckless says rural communities must not lose out as a result of Brexit.Read the full story ›
Expats living in Wales and Europe tell ITV Wales about their concerns ahead of the triggering of Article 50.Read the full story ›
The peer will attack Prime Minister Theresa May for failing to represent the 48% who voted in favour of Remain.Read the full story ›
Carwyn Jones has told AMs about a phone call with Theresa May before her Brexit speech. He also said he fears for Welsh ports post-Brexit.Read the full story ›
A survey of Welsh voters found more thought they'd heard of MEP "Elwyn Davies", who doesn't exist, than all but one of the four real ones.Read the full story ›
The Counsel General will ask the Supreme Court to hear the Welsh Government's arguments for dismissing the UK Government's Brexit appeal.Read the full story ›