Westminster reaction to Jo Stevens' resignation has included this supportive tweet from Labour peer and former Welsh Secretary Peter Hain.
Brilliant in Wales role principled socialist huge talent sadly sidelined by crass Whip & absence of clear Labour st… https://t.co/1Ichbo26Kf
One of the ministers she faced in the Commons has also praised her work as shadow Welsh Secretary -before highlighting Labour's troubles,
Jo Stevens was an effective shadow Welsh Secretary during the short period in which she held the role. Her resignation is unsurprising and it clearly demonstrates the chaos that exists within the Labour ranks.
The Liberal Democrats, who lost Cardiff Central to Jo Stevens in the 2015 General Election, were similarly unable to resist focussing on Labour's difficulties.
Labour's shambolic attempt at opposition has given Theresa May a blank cheque on Brexit. Jo Stevens' resignation is an admission that she just can't persuade Jeremy Corbyn to stand in true opposition to this Conservative Brexit government.
Plaid Cymru questioned Labour's commitment to representing Wales at Westminster after losing its fourth shadow Welsh Secretary in two years.
It is regrettable that the Labour Party has failed to put the interests of the country first rather than infighting with their leader and each other, playing musical chairs while the Welsh national interest is being drowned out by the right-wing Westminster establishment.
Former Shadow Welsh Secretary Jo Stevens has told MPs that while she accepts the referendum result, she cannot endorse it.
Shadow Welsh Secretary Jo Stevens releases her resignation letter, telling Jeremy Corbyn that she must "follow her principles".
Shadow Welsh Secretary Jo Stevens has resigned from her position in the shadow cabinet.