First Minister Mark Drakeford has told AMs that if the only alternative is to see the UK crash out of the EU with no deal, he'd want to see the Article 50 process revoked and Britain permanently remain part of the European Union, overturning the 2016 referendum without a second vote. But he said it would have to be at the final moment before Brexit, because of what he called the profound political and constitutional consequences.
Mr Drakeford was responding to the Plaid Cymru Leader, Adam Price, who welcomed what he called a "message on revocation as a final means of avoiding catastrophe". But he criticised the First Minister for not responding to a question about the Deputy Leader of Welsh Labour, Carolyn Harris, who was one of 24 Labour MPs not to back a second referendum in a vote at Westminster.
Afterwards, Mr Price said Ms Harris had failed to back Labour Party policy and the First Minister had failed to back her, leaving her in an "untenable" position as Deputy Leader of Welsh Labour. The Swansea East MP is also her party's Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities at Westminster and she has not been sacked for breaking the whip.
ITV Wales News understands that many Labour MPs are furious that Carolyn Harris and other rebel frontbenchers haven't been sacked. She hasn't been commenting today on last night's votes but is likely to come under fresh pressure as Brexit plays out at Westminster and in the wider Labour Party.