Carwyn Jones was "received in Audience" by the Queen today. The initial handshake was photographed but their conversation remains private.Read the full story ›
MEPs will vote on the proposals by the end of the year. The idea could see UK citizens sending an annual fee to Brussels.Read the full story ›
First Minister Carwyn Jones has received the backing of Scottish and Northern Irish leaders in getting access to the EU single market after Brexit.
At a meeting of the British-Irish council here in Wales, leaders were trying to emphasise their common ground - but differences also exist - as Owain Phillips found out.
The Scottish and Welsh Governments are both fighting to protect the UK economy from a "hard Brexit", says Scotland's First Minister.Read the full story ›
British-Irish Council resolves that any final UK-EU deal must avoid a hard border between the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland.Read the full story ›
The 28th summit of the British-Irish Council will meet on 25 November 2016Read the full story ›
The UK government says it's done a "great deal" for steel, after Carwyn Jones questioned Theresa May's commitment to the industry's future.Read the full story ›
A new law to compel the 22 Welsh local authorities to share services rather than try to do everything themselves will be passed as soon as possible, the First Minister has told AMs. The Welsh government has abandoned plans to cut the number of councils but wants to see much more co-operation.
We will have to change the law to force local authorities to work together. Legislation will be placed before the Assembly as soon as possible.
Carwyn Jones told AMs on an Assembly scrutiny committee that education consortia, where councils co-operate in providing support to schools, were working well.
In a strongly worded letter to the Welsh Secretary, the First Minister warns that he could still tell the Assembly to reject the Wales Bill.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 ›