The First Minister has responded to the Prime Minister's pledge not to do a deal with the European Union that ties the UK to EU rules and regulations.
Mark Drakeford said Welsh business needed "free and unfettered" access to its biggest market as he criticised Boris Johnson's negotiating stance.
But the First Minister added that the Welsh Government would not automatically adopt new EU rules in devolved areas, although he expected that the Scottish Government would want to stay in line with Brussels.
He was asked if, like the Prime Minister, he could be accused of "cakeism", when he wanted Wales to stay in an EU project that promotes Welsh-Irish trade links but reserved the right deviate from the EU on issues like government support for business.
Several European countries outside the EU are part of projects like the one that links Ireland and Wales, but they are either candidates for European Union membership, or have separately agreed to fully align with EU rules.