You can read the full article, written by Centre for Welsh Studies Co-Director Matthew Mackinnon, on the Brexit Central website here.
The Centre for Welsh Studies is a newly-launched Welsh pro-Brexit think-tank, with the aim of exploring the issues affecting the people of Wales and proposing solutions to some of Wales’s most overlooked issues. We are the only think-tank in Wales armed with the tools to set the agenda.
When the referendum campaign came to an end on 23rd June last year, the electorate, having examined all the issues raised in the campaign, voted in unprecedented numbers to Leave the EU.
After the political earthquake that ensued, it was expected by those same voters that the Welsh Government and other leading Remain politicians would respect the will of the Welsh people; that it would support the British Government throughout the withdrawal process and actively work for the best outcome for Wales.
In fact, the opposite has occurred. During the past seven months, the Welsh Government, assisted by Plaid Cymru and what remains of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has systematically worked to keep Wales attached as close to the European Union as possible.
Read the rest of the article here.