The leader of the Welsh Conservatives has welcomed the announcement of a last-minute deal struck between the Prime Minister and the European Union which moves Brexit negotiations onto the next phase.
The prime minister said the agreement would guarantee the rights of three million EU citizens in the UK "enshrined in UK law and enforced by British courts".
On the issue of the divorce bill, Mrs May said that the deal included a financial settlement which was "fair to the British taxpayer".
Andrew RT Davies said it "paves the way for further progress" about the future relationship with the EU.
Mr Davies was a leave campaigner in the 2016 referendum. The Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns, who like the Prime Minister backed remain, also praised Theresa May's negotiating skills.
Plaid Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs, Steffan Lewis said it has been a "wake up call" for Westminster, but "ambiguity remains" over what the UK Government will do to "ensure that Wales remains in the single market and customs union".