Chris Smith says MPs should stick to their own judgement when it comes to triggering Article 50.
Daran Hill argues that Plaid Cymru’s plans to table a Legislative Consent Motion on Article 50 put the Assembly at risk of becoming a talking shop.
Heledd Brooks-Jones outlines the different trade models likely in a post Brexit world, and analyses what they’ll mean for Wales.
Jess Blair is joined by Daran Hill, Huw Irranca Davies, Dai Lloyd and Steffan Evans to discuss the Assembly’s debate over whether it should back the Wales Bill, and Theresa May’s latest update on Brexit.
Alexander Phillips challenges Wales’ political leaders to make their case for why the public should be included or excluded from having a say on Britain’s future relationship with Europe.
William Powell considers the issue of the many thousands of workers in Wales who had no vote in the #Brexit Referendum – but who are living with its consequences
Andrew RT Davies questions the public’s support for devolution in Wales in the current political climate.
Rhys David discusses whether Brexit will prove a turning point for globalisation as a whole.
Tegid Roberts recommends a Welsh Government Department for Europe.