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THE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 27 2017


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‘This process started with democracy and must end with democracy’: Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Mark Williams argues devolved governments should play their part in Brexit “The Welsh Government will


the European Union, it’ll spark an immediate General Election and we say bring it on. “In relation to the devolved


institutions not having a vote, it would be absurd for Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland to have a veto over triggering Article 50. We are the United Kingdom and we voted as a


whole to Leave the European Union. The people of Wales have had their say and they also voted to Leave.” Having shown their support for


Tuesday’s ruling, a statement issued by the Welsh Government read: “It is vital that the UK Government develops an approach to negotiations which reflects the interests of Wales and the UK as


a whole – an approach to which the Prime Minister has already publicly committed. “The judgement preserves and


recognises the importance of the Sewel Convention whereby Parliament will not normally legislate on areas devolved to Wales and devolved governments without their consent.


continue to work closely with the UK Government, and the other Devolved Administrations, through the Joint Ministerial Committee process to influence the overall UK position. Our aims are to preserve Single Market access for business and to protect Welsh jobs and investment, along with


the rights of workers.” Set up by the UK Government, the


Joint Ministerial Committee enables negotiations to take place between central government and devolved governments, allowing the latter to submit a ‘White Paper’ proposal which entails what they want from the UK Government on Brexit.


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