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 ›
As Theresa May attacks the Welsh Government's running of the NHS, Carwyn Jones accuses the Tories of "gutter politics" on immigration.Read the full story ›
Labour will commit itself to a multi-billion pound pledge to make up any shortfalls in funding for deprived regions and communities resulting from Britain's departure from the European Union.
The promise, to be announced today at the party's annual conference in Liverpool by shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry, guarantees that future Labour governments will match EU structural funding currently worth 10.8 billion euros (£9.3 billion) from 2014 to 2020.
Wales would be likely to benefit from the scheme. Currently it is allocated 2.4 billion euros (£2.1bn) under the current seven-year programme.
The result of the EU referendum is being blamed for a slump in the housing market, according to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.Read the full story ›
He said many Leave voters now regret their decision and were "clearly misled" by the Brexit campaign.Read the full story ›