The Welsh Government says it would provide a base for Britain's nuclear submarine fleet if an independent Scotland removed the fleet from Scottish waters. It follows an announcement by the Scottish Government that it is 'firmly committed to the earliest possible withdrawal of Trident from Scotland.'
Using the @WelshGovernment and @fmwales twitter accounts, the Welsh Government made its position clear:
There would be more than a welcome for the UK's nuclear submarine fleet and 6,000 new jobs in Milford Haven.
Plaid supporters have already begun to express their horror at the thought. But many Labour activists will also be opposed even to the idea. And it seems a long way from the 'nuclear-free Wales' position of previous Labour-led Welsh Governments.
More top news
After weeks of doubt, Joe Ledley has been included in Wales' twenty-three-man squad for next month's Euro 2016 finals.
Hundreds of fans have signed a petition calling for football fanzones in Wales so supporters at home can share in the atmosphere.
Celebrity adventurer Bear Grylls has joined forces with Welsh Scouts to encourage more adults to volunteer with the organisation.