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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 3, 2018)

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'Brexit was a vote against London as much as it was against Brussels' In his latest Martin Shipton Meets podcast, our chief reporter talks to Professor John Tomaney of University College, London, one of the foremost campaigners for devolution in England... 1371
'Early gift' as Severn tolls to be scrapped in time for Christmas. 854
'Internet giants make us stupid and unhappy' - Michael Buerk. 269
'No Brexit deal without Irish border agreement' - Juncker. 396
A bright new future after rail franchise changes? 776
Airport flying high with first profit in eight years. 1074
Annual house price rises stable during September. 628
Antipodean trips inspired Ryan's vision for venture into vineyards. 1498
Apprenticeship programme through the medium of Welsh. 488
Ashley sheds the House of Fraser senior management. 541
Beach woman 'identified by her jewellery'. 175
Bluebirds must fix their leaky defence... and here's how they could do it. 1068
Born again; One of Hollywood's favourite sob stories has just been remade for the third time. Here, MARION MCMULLEN looks at the enduring appeal of A Star Is Born. 783
Bruton Knowles sponsors special breakfast briefing on vacant land tax; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 392
Caver treads where no human has been before; A Welshman has helped map one of the deepest cave systems in the world. Will Hayward reports. 977
Chiropractor found guilty of 'failings' by regulator. 244
Citizenship test must focus on British values, says Javid. 261
Clapping banned by student union; UK BULLETINS. 108
Clarke Willmott has appointed new paralegal. 292
Collaboration is needed in construction; More co-ordination is needed by all stakeholders if the construction industry is to secure the quality people it needs going forwards, a panel of experts agreed at a round-table discussion sponsored by AB Glass and hosted by Gower College Swansea. Discussion 1327
Commissioner to reconsider 'sexist' AM barmaid video. 532
Corporate advisory firm Verde adds two new staff. 420
Council secures PS7m deal for business park. 428
Cracks needed in stiff upper lip to add interest; REVIEW: Heroes Without a Parachute, venues throughout Wales ????? ..... 303
Days with Dragons as Gatland joins training. 597
Death. 707
Democracy dictates Brexit isn't inevitable; New leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price explains why he will today call for the Senedd to back a so-called People's Vote on any - or no - final Brexit deal... 780
Don't let late payers disrupt that all-important cashflow; With as many as one in three payments to small businesses being late, Sarah Case, director at MHA Broomfield Alexander, looks at the impact this can have and the ways in which businesses can better manage cashflow and protect their bottom line SARAH CASE BUSINESS MATTERS. 688
Duo face ban over mass brawl. 332
Family firm quartet guilty of PS500k bus pass scam. 403
Ferguson sees annual profits hike. 443
Flexibility can bring a wide range of benefits; Marketing lead at Chwarae Teg, Helen Dudgeon, on why flexible working makes good business sense. 719
Free digital technology workshops for South Wales businesses. 395
Fresh strike on Underground. 119
FTSE 100 ends in red as Royal Mail spirals down; ANALYSIS CITY. 594
Giles close to return after prolonged absence. 506
Go for Members of the Parliament of Wales. 280
Heroin bag bursts in police station; NEWS IN BRIEF. 213
Historic inn Ship & Castle to be turned into a gastro pub. 317
Households in flood-prone areas 'could see insurance costs reduced from 2019'. 371
It's all change on the appliance front. 104
It's clear how Tories want to treat Wales. 187
IT'S IMPORTANT THAT THERE'S A GAY HAND AT THE WHEEL... Hot on the heels of her movie The Miseducation Of Cameron Post, Desiree Akhavan is back with The Bisexual - a comedy drama about the 'last taboo'. Gemma Dunn finds out more Maxine Peake as Sadie and Desiree Akhavan as Leila in The Bisexual. 539
Jamjar communications agency grows its team. 343
Kate a hit with pupils on forest school bug hunt. 262
Latest deals in Wales turning the wheels of job creation; Here are the latest business deals in Wales including acquisitions, management buyouts and fundraising to support expansion and new job creation. 1620
Looking back at Sony UK TEC's milestones over the past 25 years. 847
Lords' members could be barred from being AMs. 637
Man's bid to be store boss 'failed because of his race'. 610
Man, 52, sought in murder probe. 139
Marler clarifies comments over 'irrational behaviour'. 457
Matt nabs point in six-goal thriller. 378
May to open civil partnerships to straight couples. 525
Medieval farmhouse given new lease of life in PS4.2m restoration. 755
Meschede signs new deal with Glamorgan. 380
More cash for Welsh NHS as spending plans revealed; 'Never has the need policies of austerity to abandon failed been more urgent'. 1502
More is at stake than a PM's fate. 389
MORNING SERIAL; The Golden Orphans by Gary Raymond. 375
Mud group withdraws High Court challenge. 473
New apprenticeships service launched for employers; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 874
New robotic vest helping workers to build school. 297
New site for aviation consultant. 347
NHS the clear winner, but what about all our other services? 358
O'Driscoll hits back at claims of Sexton protection. 288
People I really care about told me to do something less ambitious; Bradley Cooper makes his directorial debut with A Star Is Born, starring Lady Gaga. He tells LAURA HARDING about casting the music superstar, why the time was right to sit in the director's chair and ending up on stage at Glastonbury. 1006
PM's Chequers plan for Brexit 'a constitutional outrage' - Boris. 1109
Police shoot man in city dawn raid; UK BULLETINS. 158
Powerleague restructuring plan catches Whelan offside. 313
Pupil tried to blackmail teacher into sex - court. 264
QUIZ. 130
Ronaldo accused of rape by woman in US. 225
Rounded approach to our history vital. 333
Saaheq set to shine at Nottingham. 290
Sacrifices of war dead disrespected. 167
ScS is sitting pretty despite hit to House of Fraser concessions. 312
Second referendum may be imperative. 230
Shell pushes ahead with major Canada gas project. 289
Survivors desperate as tsunami death toll soars. 758
Swans draw another blank despite promise. 905
TB outbreak is declared at jail; NEWS IN BRIEF. 117
The luxury Christmas crackers that cost a mint. 400
The numbers game... who is in danger and who might sneak into the Wales reckoning? 1268
The scale of the skills shortage. 309
Welsh tech firm wins apology after PS60k fine is overturned. 481
Witness' horror after man killed by falling window. 519
Word on the web. 186
Youth vote is a shot in the arm for Wales democracy; Giving the vote to 16- and 17-year-olds is a crucial first step in revitalising Welsh democracy, argues Jess Blair, of the Electoral Reform Society... Gi dE. 646

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