'Brexit' and the future of Wales

100 Days since Brexit - UK in the Dark

100 days on from the referendum on the European Union, Plaid Cymru has launched a scathing attack on the Westminster parties for their ‘shambolic, irresponsible and deluded’ response.

Read more
Add your reaction Share

Wales 'voiceless' in Brexit talks while Scottish Minster heads to Whitehall

Local MP and Plaid Cymru's 'Brexit' spokesperson in Westminster, Jonathan Edwards, has today accused First Minister Carwyn Jones of 'consigning Wales to irrelevance' by failing to create the role of a Welsh Government Brexit Minister to represent the nation's needs and demands in ongoing talks.

Read more
Add your reaction Share

Brexit is a Welsh constitutional crisis in the making - Jonathan

Following the referendum result one of the major considerations has been the impact of the result on the future of the Union. With Scotland and Northern Ireland voting to remain, it seems inevitable that there will now be a second Scottish independence referendum resulting in a Yes vote. Likewise, with a remain vote in Northern Ireland, the prospect of a unified Ireland has never been more real.

Read more
Add your reaction Share

Adam - A Marshall plan to rebuild the Welsh economy

In the wake of the decision to leave the EU, Wales needs a Marshall Plan to rebuild the Welsh Economy, Local AM and Plaid Cymru's Shadow Cabinet Minister for Finance and Economy Adam Price has said.

Read more
Add your reaction Share

Watch Jonathan's interview with RT International

Watch Jonathan's television interview on the EU referendum latest with RT International.

 

Add your reaction Share

Jonathan - My initial thoughts

Jonathan Edwards MP outlines his initial thoughts on the EU Referendum result in this week's Carmarthen Journal.

Read more
Add your reaction Share

This starts with you

They have the money but we have the people. If everyone who visits this website joins our movement, there's nothing we can't accomplish together.

Campaigns