July 24th, 2019

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Swansea Roadworks Museum Opens

Swansea Roadworks Museum Opens
The Secretary of State for Whales, Sir Alun of Cairns, was in Swansea this week to open Swansea’s very own Museum of Roadworks.  An extension to the National Maritime and Industrial Museum it features a state-of-the-art fully non-functioning roadworks experience to rival the real thing.  Sir Alun spoke to our reporter using his mouth. “The Prince of Wales UNESCO World …
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Media circus

Media circus
Criticism grows of the mainstream media's lack of action
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Cardiff wife

Cardiff wife
Andrea Byrne's 'reports' are so important Our satirical columnist Edwin Phillips reads an alternative glossy magazine pushed through the doors of Cardiff homes, with another possible article by new mum ITV Cymru Wales newsreader Andrea Byrne, following the ‘reports’ about her pregnancy, attending the Tennis Wales award ceremony and her recent trip to Wimbledon. My hubby the international star rugby player Lee made an …
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While my guitar gently weeps...

While my guitar gently weeps...
Why did Meic Stevens say these things?
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The American Dark Money Behind Europe’s Far Right
Today, Salvini’s party has transformed itself into one of the most prominent nationalist movements in Europe
Mary Fitzgerald and Claire Provost: NYRB. Alt Right

How the Carl Sargeant inquest put the spotlight on the murky world of Welsh politics
Carl Sargeant committed suicide after he was sacked from his cabinet post as Secretary for Communities and Children.
Dr Neil Hudgell: Carl Sargeant death

Why getting from Cardiff to Bristol is so expensive
So why does it cost £3,156 a year to travel to Bristol and £1,796 to go in the opposite direction to Swansea?
BBC Wales: Essential Welsh News Flash

UK Politics ... for anoraks!

Why Johnson should hold another referendum
Tony Blair - The Times
Boris Johnson the prime minister? I'm sorry to say that I'm partly to blame
Matthew d'Ancona - The Guardian
Is Jeremy Corbyn finally on the way out?
Isable Hardman - The Spectator
What's really behind John McDonnell's 'insourcing revolution'?
Tim Worstall - CapX
What Philip Hammond's resignation means for Boris Johnson
Patrick Maguire - NewStatesman
It's time for a bonfire of the regulatory quangos that are destroying our democracy
Matt Ridley - The Telegraph
Why the next Tory leader may not become PM on Wednesday
Sam Coates - Sky News
Why you don't hear Trump or Farage talking about the tech revolution
John Harris - The Guardian
BoJo's always identified with Churchill - let's see if he has what it takes
Trevor Kavanagh - The Sun
The Conservative Party must now reject the vacuous centrism of Rory Stewart
Matthew Lesh - The Telegraph

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