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Cardiff and it’s Bay

For and Against: Should Newcastle sack Alan Pardew?

THE pressure on Alan Pardew intensified in the wake of Newcastle’s four-goal humiliation at the hands of Southampton on Saturday, although Mike Ashley has decided not to dismiss his embattled manager yet. Chief Sports Writer Scott Wilson assesses the arguments for and against. REASONS TO SACK PARDEW The complete breakdown of his relationship with the fans Normally, when a manager …

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Brian May visits Somerset Camp Badger and cull zone

BRIAN May at Camp Badger this morning. PHOTO: Fran Stothard. First published in West Somerset Last updated by Danielle Morris QUEEN legend and vocal opponent to the controversial badger cull Brian May was in Somerset today at Camp Badger. The six-week culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire began last Monday (September 8). They are part of the government’s plan to curb …

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M6 blocked by dog home donors

Well-wishers donating to the tragic Manchester Dogs Home after it was set on fire have gridlocked the M6. The outpouring of support from members of the public has already seen more than £1.2 million pledged in less than 48 hours after the suspected arson attack. But overwhelmed staff have now been forced to tell people donating supplies to stay away …

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England Wins Right To Host Euro 2020 Final

Wembley will host the final and semi-finals of the 2020 European Championships, Uefa has announced. Hampden Park in Glasgow and the Aviva Stadium in Dublin will host three group matches and a last-16 tie in the tournament, which for the first time is being played in cities across the continent rather than being hosted by one or two countries. The …

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Britain plans political upheaval after Scot vote

Click photo to enlarge LONDON (AP) — The saga of Scottish independence is over, but a new journey of political upheaval is only beginning for the United Kingdom. Prime Minister David Cameron responded Friday to the passion of the failed Scottish breakaway by promising sweeping new powers to the U.K.’s regions. Scotland’s rebellious spirit and England’s own movement for more …

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Shane Lowry takes second round lead at Wales Open

Shane Lowry leads the Wales Open after the second round in Newport Stephen Gallacher missed the cut on last showing before Ryder Cup debut Lee Westwood almost followed him before being rescued by pair of birdies Jamie Donaldson could become the first Welshman to win tournament  By Pa Reporter Published: 18:35 EST, 19 September 2014 | Updated: 18:35 EST, 19 …

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“Voluntary Council Merger Should Be Considered” Says Wrexham AM

Wrexham Council should be open to discussions about the possibility of merging voluntarily with other Local Authorities. That is the view of Wrexham Assembly Member Lesley Griffiths who is disappointed Wrexham Council have rejected proposals to participate in a voluntary merger with Flintshire County Council. A Commission on Public Service Governance and Delivery published their findings earlier this year which …

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Talking point: Karanka could have the team to deliver a long overdue promotion …

THERE is something exciting happening at Middlesbrough, now Aitor Karanka just has to make everything tick. For the first time since, arguably, relegation from the Premier League in 2009, Boro have strength in depth. Karanka’s options are extensive, so he knows if one player suffers an injury he should have the men in reserve to slot in. Three defeats from …

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Office workers ‘should stand more,’ Cardiff seminar hears

18 September 2014 Last updated at 20:20 Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Some call centre staff stand up to do their job Office workers should avoid sitting for prolonged periods if they want to cut their risk of diabetes and heart disease, a seminar has been told. Instead they should have walking meetings and walk to …

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Marshall urges Ulster top brass to let locals coach

David Kelly Twitter Email Published 17/09/2014 | 02:30 0 Comments Share Facebook Twitter Google Email Luke Marshall is happy with the current coaching set-up at Ulster. Photo: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE Regardless of whether Ulster are gently persuaded to select an all-local coaching set-up imposed from IRFU HQ, centre Luke Marshall has offered his full backing for the current coaching …

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