the UK Government has yet to set out a detailed plan for how the UK
should withdraw from the European Union and its future relations
with the rest of Europe.
the result of the referendum about the UK's membership of the
the publication of the White Paper, Securing Wales'
the priorities it identifies and the approach it
the UK Government should fully respect Wales' priorities, as set
out in the White Paper, in the overall UK negotiating position and
supports continuing efforts by the Welsh Government through the
Joint Ministerial Committee to convince the UK Government of the
merits of this approach.
UK Government's intention to seek to trigger Article 50 by the end
the critical importance of the Sewel Convention, and believes that
this should require the UK Government to consult and seek the
approval of the devolved administrations on its negotiating
position both before and during negotiations, and on any final
agreements with the European Union.
that any final deal must be developed with the best interests of
the Welsh economy and society at heart, and not designed around
narrow political interests. Securing Wales'