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September 16th, 2019
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Which word should be used for what is happening at Swansea University
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One of Wales’ largest publishing and printing houses to stop publishing
Gwasg Gomer’s workers in Camarthenshire have been told by the owner, Jonathan Lewis, that the publishing part of the company, based in the town, will close.
Woman hit boy with water bottle
Parents' poor driving around schools has been criticised by council officers for putting children's lives at risk.
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UK Politics ... for anoraks!
Johnson can’t escape the clutches of May’s zombie Brexit deal
Rafael Behr -
Resigning as PM may be Boris's final hope - and his best option to deliver Brexit
Philip Johnston -
Why France and the EU are losing patience with Brexit Britain
Pauline Bock -
Labour will not endorse Remain in a general election
Robert Peston -
Theresa May’s resignation honours list feels like we’re giving an open-top bus parade to a relegated football team
Quentin Letts -
The party that didn't quite change UK politics
Peter Snowdon -
Inside the court case testing the Good Friday Agreement’s citizenship rules
Siobhán Fenton -
The last hours of this Parliamentary session prompted the most puerile scenes I've ever witnessed – yet John Bercow adored it
Robert Hardman -
England’s ‘murdered’ towns need more than Brexit
Sebastian Payne -
Under threat from demise of a system that no longer works
Iain Macwhirter -
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