PROGRESS has reportedly been made in Brexit talks between the Welsh and UK Governments.

First minister Carwyn Jones has repeatedly asked to be given more say on the development of the so-called Brexit Bill.

And on Wednesday, October 11, Mr Jones and finance secretary Mark Drakeford met with the first secretary of state Damian Green and Welsh secretary Alun Cairns on Wednesday, October 11.

In a statement after the meeting a Welsh Government spokesman said the bill lacked "certainty, continuity for business and a properly functioning UK single market".

"There was recognition from the UK Government about the need to work together to achieve this goal," he said.

He added: "Brexit requires a fundamental rethink on how the four nations of the UK work together, and our position remains that we are committed to providing positive and innovative solutions to the challenges ahead.

"We want to see more willingness from the UK Government to join us in that effort."

And Mr Green called the meeting "constructive".

Meanwhile the Welsh Assembly's External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee has recommended a series of amendments should be made to the bill, including giving the Assembly equivalent powers with Westminster to amend law previously held by the EU.