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"It is vital the challenges faced by our rural communities continue to receive dedicated and additional investment - and we are pressing the UK Government to make good on promises made during the referendum campaign that Wales would not lose funding as a result of the UK leaving the EU.
"We are currently refreshing our economic priorities and, as part of this work, we will ensure rural interests are protected and feature strongly as Wales works towards a future outside the EU."BBC News
Prime Minister Theresa May’s pronouncement on Brexit will seriously affect the Welsh economy and lead to a decade of instability for the UK.Eluned Morgan AM
It is disappointing that that the Courts determined that the Sewel Convention (the agreement which determines the relationship between the UK Government and the devolved governments) is not as legally water tight as we had hoped.
We should however expect the UK Government to honour the fact that Wales has responsibility of vast areas of policies which up until now have been determined in Brussels.
These areas include agriculture and the environment.
When the UK leaves the EU these responsibilities must come directly to Wales, and when these matters are discussed in the negotiation, Wales should legitimately be demanding a seat at the negotiating table.Eluned Morgan - Wales Online
22nd January 2017