Wales's smaller office quit the Prime Minister's decision to turn to Jeremy Corbin to try to make a deal through parliament.
Nigel Adams said the decision was "a serious mistake," and Britain is now "going to be a customs union" with the EU.
He became the fourth Minister of Wales, who worked for 1
Teresa May will meet with Mr. Corbin later to see if she
She said that if it is not possible to reach agreement, they can choose a series of options to be submitted to the House of Commons.
Wales Secretary of State Mark Drakeford
Brexit's secretary Stephen Barkley said the "merciless logic" of parliamentary numbers in the municipalities means that the UK is striving for a "unwanted" soft Brexit – closer ties with the EU
He blames the hard Brexiteers in the Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Group that refuses to
Mr Corbin says he wants the customs union and workers' rights to be priorities and that he recognizes his own "responsibility" to try to overcome the deadlock. seven hours of talks with her office on Tuesday.
In his letter of withdrawal, Mr. Adams warns that the government risks failing to "reach the" votes of the people of Brexita "and not to prevent" the Corbin government's disaster. "
"I and many others have agreed with the previous position that no deal is better than a bad deal," he says, "first, better than without a deal."
Nigel Adams is the 30th Minister of the United Kingdom, who resigned during Brexit in the last 12 months and the 35th overall.
On the questions of the prime minister, Brexiteer Clwyd West MP David Jones asked whether the prime minister still feels that "the leader of the opposition is not able to rule."
She replied, "I do not think the Labor Party has to be
Welsh Secretary Alan Cairns said he was" disappointed that Nigel had left the government and would like to thank him for all his work and efforts as a minister
"My Department and I Commit to Provide
Torrey MP for Montgomeries Glin Davis praised MPs. "I will miss working with him," he said.
But the member of the Welsh Assembly of Labor, Alund Davis, said this was the resignation "someone no one in Wales has ever heard."  Westminster Liz's Leader Savill Roberts said that "the almost constant withdrawal of Wales' ministers shows the fundamentally unfavorable nature of this Westminster government."
"The People of Wales should question whether the lack of consistency in the Wales office is the reason why we are so invisible in the minds of the Westminster government, "she added.