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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 26, 2016)

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'BBC has hung me out to dry' - sacked Blackburn. 478
'BBC's culture of deference meant Savile continued monstrous abuse'. 1367
'Evil' care staff jailed for assault on resident, 84. 414
'I won't be browbeaten'. 166
'Nugget' opens up on life in the Wales regime under Gatland; SIX NATIONS 2016. 1219
'Poverty-project teachers tend not to stay INWALEs'. 484
'She suggested wine and going upstairs'. 582
'There's strength in numbers so GIVEWALEs the best chance' Prime Minister David Cameron writes for the Western Mail to lay out his case for staying in the European Union... 814
'We've got make sure lagoon details are right'. 1319
a sound reaction. 511
A transformational schools investment; Views of Wales. 461
Action for farm workers threw spanner in works; The fight to defend agricultural wages has resulted in a dramatic expansion of the scope of the Assembly's power, writes Mick Antoniw AM. 893
Actress charged with drink-driving; UK BULLETINS. 127
albums. 489
Alcohol's part in young drownings; NEWS IN BRIEF. 189
All right on the night; Forget Friday nightmares, Wales are fired-up for must-win clash. 355
also showing... 707
Army sergeant abused and bullied female recruits. 270
Bank profits fall but boss gets PS8.5m pay package. 552
Bar customer set man's hair alight; NEWS IN BRIEF. 137
BATHED in strong winter sunshine [...]. 464
Biggar opens CNS Powertools' new bigger showroom; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 414
Blue Peter star's Irish Sea charity zorb bid beaten by weather. 239
Cameron still short of a Tory majority. 247
COLUMNIST It's a given that Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau is the best national anthem in the world... but, fair play, La Marseillaise comes close... 1372
Conscientious objectors lecture; NEWS IN BRIEF. 164
Crazy world of London Fashion Week. 643
Deepcut soldier denies having sex with recruit. 503
DVDs. 1220
Electric motoring - take it or leaf it. 791
EU debate is a trifle, think of the have-nots; Views of Wales. 116
Fears that chance to invest will slip away. 441
Feisty Wales in no mood to be handed French lessons under Friday night lights; andy howell's big-match preview. 1244
Finest stars line up for celebration of the voice. 447
Flying Scotsman delayed by fans on the line. 294
Footballer cheated with many women - girlfriend. 643
German economy is looking strong. 1073
Granny's tale just as hip-hop as hip op; REVIEW: Gangsta Granny, New Theatre, Cardiff. 313
head to head. 885
Health boards set to overspend by PS142m - report. 450
Home names up in lights. 427
Hook could have been Wales' answer to the great Zlatan - Phillips. 672
Immigration claims for EU deal rejected by TOPTORIES. 950
Irish leap to Sexton's defence over fitness. 486
Jail for grandad who took drugs into prison. 139
Jones wary of rugby becoming 'touch'. 402
Late misery for Dragons ASWEIR lifts Warriors; DRAGONS ........................15 GLASGOW .......................18. 325
Life sciences fund was badly run - Audit Office. 397
Majestic chance at Lingfield. 563
Mercedes goes supersize. 979
More class and less outlandish. 810
Mourners' horror as car kills funeral hearse horse. 189
MPs to visit hostel in wristbands row. 225
Mum's photos look at child beyond disease; Photographer Ceridwen Hughes started the not for profit group Same But Different to discourage people from judging people by appearance and took these photos to show the real personalities of children with rare conditions. Rachael Misstear reports. 597
Mumbai selfies ban as deaths rise. 102
Pilkington aims to respond to Tan's pep talk; THE BLUEBIRDS. 644
QC Barnes knows how to lay down the law on rugby field; Welsh referee David Bodilly is a former elite official who has taken charge of games at international, European and Pro 12 level and has run the line in the past for Wayne Barnes, who takes charge of Wales versus France at the Principality Stadium. Here he offers a fascinating insight into the man who holds Wales'fate in his whistle... 1139
Ridsdale: Whether I liked it or not, I had to complete the job at Cardiff. 1919
Sam at 7 as Gatland reverts to his tried and tested first XV. 754
Shop workers find wartime grenade in bag of toys. 286
Signs of hope in this post-industrial era. 480
Student protesters burn buildings. 107
Swing when you're grinning; With a new album inspired by the songs of the Rat Pack and a happy family life, Peter Andre is riding high. He tells Marion McMullen M why. 838
Syrian army recaptures Aleppo town from IS. 287
Tenby museum is such a treasure; Views of Wales. 184
That Friday feeling has not been good FORWALES. 967
Third of business owners could be swayed on vote. 621
Thriller remake is not a patch on the original. 506
Tornado death toll rises. 119
Trade deal with EU 'would not come for free' - - Mandelson. 226
Treats for theatre fans this month; There's never been a better time to get your diaries out and book to see some must-see shows during March. FROMWMC's brand new production of Only The Brave to much-loved Footloose, starring Gareth Gates, and even a two-foot puppet called Fred, theatre-goers are in for some real treats this March. 936
Tutor barred from organising trips. 431
Ukip strategist resigns over candidate selection. 570
UWTSD celebrates Lampeter as birthplace of Welsh rugby; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 444
Visser recalled as Scots search for try firepower. 362
Vote 'Leave' and stem immigration; Views of Wales. 115
Vote on EU will be bad for Tories, says Farron. 471
We're thinking about a win, not the drop - Curtis; THE SWANS. 694
WhyWales is better off inside EU - Cameron; 'A vote to stay in is best of both worlds'. 504
Word on the web. 128
Workers clocking up PS1bn in unpaid overtime. 208
Wrist-break woman awarded PS39k after doctor's 'negligence'. 329
Your ultimate guide to World Book Day 2016; It's a day when children all over the world get to celebrate books and reading by dressing up as their favourite characters. Rachel Mainwaring answers all the questions you need to know and looks at those all important outfits that don't require any effort and are available at supermarkets for under PS15. 861

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