Sir, - In a time of odd bed-fellows in UK politics, Welsh Assembly ministers should be cautious in their tentative alignment with the SNP in relation to opposition to the Brexit repeal bill.
While views among the public and politicians alike range over the full spectrum of expectation of the worst to the best of outcomes from Brexit, there is likely to be more unity of opinion on not wanting to risk a breakup of the UK following directly on from departure from the EU.
Yet the Scottish ministers taking part in the latest talks in Cardiff are led by a First Minister who resolutely believes that independence transcends all else.
The SNP Government primarily considers Brexit as a source of grievance and as a lever to break apart the UK.
That is not an agenda that the people of Wales would support, so those who represent them need to understand the underlying ambitions of those they form common cause with. Keith Howell. White Moss, West Linton.