Whether you agree First Minister Carwyn Jones and Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood's proposals for Brexit with a push to keep the UK trading in the single market by taking a new approach to freedom of movement it is an interesting one
Prime Minister Theresa May has argued that staying in the single market would mean “not leaving the EU at all” because countries have to accept the free movement of people.
The Welsh Government white paper launched by the pair makes the case for a new approach where there is a direct link between free movement and employment could be the first white paper launched by a government and the official opposition.
According to the Plaid website
So counting the Lib Dems thre of the Parties in the Assembly have agreed on a joint platform and although Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies said he would have tried to reach a wider cross-party agreement but claimed the first minister had not invited him.as he is on record on supporting an Hard Brexit we can only wonder what he or his Ukip allies on a Hard Brexit could make?
"We have a disorganised message coming from Wales," Europe also needed to respond on the issue of immigration.
"When the single market was created and the tenets that underpin the single market, this mass movement of people around Europe wasn't a consideration,"
"It is a consideration today."
One of the interesting outcomes of today's Supreme Court ruling if it agrees that The EU referendum result does not give ministers the power to trigger Brexit without consulting Parliament is that it may result in Welsh Labour MPs supporting an entirely different approach.
Indeed such is the lack of any consensus in the Parliamentary Labour Party I wonder if there will be Labour MPs putting forward a similar approach to the Plaid/Labour agreement.
Indeed I assume that the sole Welsh Liberal Democrat Kirsty Williams who is a minister in the "not a coalition" Welsh Government
The Liberal Democrats have taken the line of opposing Brexit entirely .
Also how many Tories fuly support a Hard Brexit.
Former Welsh Lib Dem Peter Black has commented on "the apparent lack of unity within the Parliamentary Party. "
We may well be seeing Brexit delayed if it now comes under parliamentary scrutiny and with the possibility that the Hard Brexiters are not in a majority it may be that a compromise will be reached.
Has Wales given them a blueprint.?