Brexit minister Jeremy Miles has clarified the position that the Welsh Government has been edging towards since the European election.Read the full story ›
Mark Drakeford says that despite the "profound consequences" of reversing the referendum result, he'd prefer it to crashing out of the EU.Read the full story ›
Carmarthen West & South Pembrokeshire MP Simon Hart says people outside the Westminster bubble want to give the PM's Brexit deal a chance.Read the full story ›
The results are out of the latest Welsh Political Barometer for ITV Wales and Cardiff University, the only regular opinion polling in Wales.Read the full story ›
An exclusive opinion poll for ITV Wales shows Welsh voters opposed to a second EU referendum, with a 10% lead over supporters of the idea.Read the full story ›
The latest poll shows that Wales remains deeply divided by Brexit, with nearly all leave supporters wanting a complete end to EU influence.Read the full story ›
A new poll puts Labour's vote in Wales slightly up on the election in June. There's also more backing for the idea of another EU referendum.Read the full story ›
Swansea MP Geraint Davies is fronting a video campaign as a waiter.
Mr. Davies wants the triggering of Article 50 to be delayed, which he explains in a video by serving tripe instead of chicken to a woman in a 'chicken restaurant'.
The campaign is centred round a public parliamentary e petition supported by The Final Say video below featuring Mr. Davies MP and Angharad Mair Davies who are a waiter and a customer who "Didn’t get what she ordered"
The UK shouldn't be forced to leave the EU on terms nobody voted for.
Therefore Article 50 should be delayed until after the people have had the final say by voting on whether to accept the terms of the deal or to stay in the EU on current terms.
The video is a creative expression of this basic point and the petition enables a mass movement to form behind it.
The Bevan Foundation highlights five key areas where they say Wales' leaders need to find a way forward.Read the full story ›
First Minister Carwyn Jones says Wales must not get a bad deal in Brexit negotiations. He was speaking at meeting of British-Irish Council.Read the full story ›