Swansea MP Geraint Davies is fronting a video campaign as a waiter.
Mr. Davies wants the triggering of Article 50 to be delayed, which he explains in a video by serving tripe instead of chicken to a woman in a 'chicken restaurant'.
The campaign is centred round a public parliamentary e petition supported by The Final Say video below featuring Mr. Davies MP and Angharad Mair Davies who are a waiter and a customer who "Didn’t get what she ordered"
The UK shouldn't be forced to leave the EU on terms nobody voted for.
Therefore Article 50 should be delayed until after the people have had the final say by voting on whether to accept the terms of the deal or to stay in the EU on current terms.
The video is a creative expression of this basic point and the petition enables a mass movement to form behind it.
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Ex-Welsh Secretary David Jones MP returns to government as Theresa May's cabinet reshuffle continues.
The Clwyd West MP has been appointed as minister of state in the Department for Exiting the European Union.
David Jones led the Vote Leave campaign in Wales and will now assist David Davis in negotiation to leave the EU.
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Welsh Labour MP Jo Stevens is backing Owen Smith in the Labour leadership contest.
The Cardiff Central MP had been considered as one of Jeremy Corbyn's most loyal supporters - she was one of 40 MPs who refused to back the no confidence motion in their leader.
But she has now told supporters she will back the Pontypridd MP in the leadership contest.
In an email to party members, Ms Stevens wrote: "During the past two weeks it has become painfully obvious that we have been unable to fulfil the very basic day to day operation as the official opposition in Parliament.
"We cannot present ourselves as a government in waiting without leadership and a leadership team that commands the respect and support of not only members....but Labour voters and potential Labour voters."
The Pontypridd MP Owen Smith will today launch his bid to be the next leader of the Labour Party
The ex-shadow cabinet minister will set out his vision for the future direction of the party at his constituency.
Owen Smith has explained the reason he is standing is because of the party's peril of a "disastrous split" and he's not prepared to let that happen.
He added "it falls to a new generation of Labour MPs to step forward and secure Labour's future. I am the only person in this race than can do that."
He says he chose to launch his leadership bid in Pontypridd because his politics are rooted in the community.
This is the constituency I grew up in, where I went to school, where my kids go to school and I am deeply proud to represent Pontypridd in Parliament.
So I wanted to launch my campaign here, amongst the community which made me and to which I owe so much.
Welsh Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has said that EU students and staff are welcome and valued at universities across Wales amid concerns raised in the aftermath of the referendum.
Speaking ahead of her tour of Swansea University's £450 million Science and Innovation campus, she has celebrated the "long and proud tradition of European students coming to Swansea."
Now we face uncertainty and worry following the recent referendum. I want to be clear that students and staff from across the European Union are still welcome at Swansea University, indeed they are welcome at all Welsh Universities. Those already studying here, and those who are planning to come are still welcome, our places of learning are still there for you.
Let me be clear, we will not tolerate any form of racial abuse whether on our campuses or within the wider communities in which we are rooted. Welsh universities will continue to recruit and teach students from the EU and the wider world. The Welsh Government is determined to protect Wales' reputation as a friendly and tolerant place to study and carry out world-class research. Whatever the long-term implication of the vote, we remain an outward looking and welcoming nation where we are committed to sharing knowledge across national borders.
Billions of pounds of EU funding for Wales cannot simply be replaced by Westminster, Alun Cairns has suggested.
The Welsh Secretary said it "misses the point" to shift the source of aid from the EU to Westminster after the majority of people in Wales voted to leave the union three weeks ago.
Wales currently receives billions of pounds from EU funding programmes, however the Vale of Glamorgan MP reassured Wales would not suffer heavily under Brexit and insisted it would receive its "fair share".
We've not yet concluded our negotiating position but I would add that simply replacing what are currently EU funds from one source with another source from Westminster misses the point.
The EU referendum sent out a number of messages, those areas which receive most of the EU funds were the areas which voted strongest to leave the European Union. We need to look at models of regional aid in a different way.