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The UK's immigration policy has been unresponsive to Wales' needs
according to a former Shadow Immigration minister.
The Labour MP for the Rhondda, Chris Bryant, says the UK Government
should be awake to pressures in the devolved nations.
It says it's building an immigration system that works for everyone
Should Wales be in charge of its own borders?
Last week a group of MPs suggested immigration should
be partially devolved, sparking a lively debate.
Carmarthenshire has attracted thousands of migrant
Dozens have been employed by manufacturing firm
But the managing director isn't for devolving immigration.
The reality of it I think is an extremely complicated issue
and I don't think that Welsh government have the resource
or the knowledge to even cope with such responsibility.
The counter argument is that ministers in Cardiff are best placed
to understand what kind of immigration Wales needs
to boost its economy and improve services.
Recruiting GPs is an issue for communities across Wales,
so would devolving some control over immigration make it easier
If we had power over that then we could be more
responsive and responsiveness is what is required
The UK government and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn have said devolving
some control over immigration would be too complicated.
Former shadow minister for immigration Chris Bryant is also
opposed to the idea but believes the current system must
The UK government should be awake to the fact that in different parts
of the United Kingdom there are different pressures
In particular in relation to the NHS.
If South Wales feels that it has a shortage of orthopaedic surgeons,
then they should be able to say, "Excuse me, Mr government
minister or Mrs government minister in Westminster,
we need you to allow us to move quickly on this."
And I'm absolutely certain that hasn't been the case.
The UK government says its priority is to build an immigration system
You can see more on this story on Sunday Politics Wales
here on BBC One Wales from 11.40 tomorrow.
A Plaid Cymru MP has criticised Labour colleagues on a Commons
committee for not insisting the devolved nations be given a say
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr MP Jonathan Edwards says the Labour MPs
on the Exiting the EU committee, which has just published its first
report, have effectively gagged their colleagues in Cardiff
The Welsh Government says it's involved in ongoing discussions
The Severn crossings could be made free to use at night under
proposals being considered by the UK government.
It's looking at whether to remove the tolls between 10pm and 6am
as a way of dealing with a potential rise in traffic when the cost is cut
A fourth person has been arrested on suspicion
of murder following the death of a man in Newport.
Jan Jedrzejewski, who was 41, died after being found on a pavement
Concerns have been raised about the state of a pipeline
which burst above a village in Powys yesterday.
Up to 40 properties were affected after a pipe carrying water
from Lake Vyrnwy to Oswestry burst, flooding Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant.
United Utilities, which owns the pipe, says it has a robust
maintenance programme and is investigating
It's not so bad when it blows in the middle of a farmer's field
in the middle of nowhere, but when it blows on the outskirts
of the village, the potential for damage is far more serious here.
On to football and not a great start for Paul Clement in his first
Premier League game in charge at Swansea City.
They lost 4-0 against Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium.
Better news for Cardiff City in the Championship.
They earned a huge 3-2 win in the Severnside
In League Two, Newport County ended a run of eight defeats to hold
Colchester United to a 1-1 draw at Rodney Parade.
And in the National League, Wrexham gained a much needed
A quick look at the weather forecast and after some showers overnight,
tomorrow will be a cloudy and wet day with rain, mist and hill fog.
The rain will be heavy at times too, but will become patchier
I'll be back with our next update at 6.20 tomorrow evening.
Getting the detail of this cold snap is proving to be challenging and
will continue to be so over