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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 3, 2019)

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'I know a lot who work have done - everyone voting Labour, simply in steel industry, or says they won't be because of Corbyn' Newport West has been a Labour stronghold for the past 32 years - but is that about to change? Joshua Knapman discovered Brexit, prostitution and disillusionment on the streets of the constituency as voters prepare to go to the polls tomorrow... 1707
'It has to be compliance for a purpose - this isn't about ticking a box' In his latest Martin Shipton Meets podcast, our chief reporter asked outgoing Welsh Language Commissioner Meri Huws what she considered she had achieved during her seven years in office. 1011
'It's torture' - mum tells of anguish over vulnerable daughter. 542
'No deal' uncertainty continues to disrupt. 968
'No-deal would plunge UK into recession and push up food prices by 10p for every PS1' - Sedwill. 458
'US sanctions impeding Iran floods rescue'. 260
... Wales remains his most likely option with World Cup just around the corner. 861
4x4 and digger used in ram-raid; NEWS IN BRIEF. 114
Abolish short sentences to ease crisis in prisons, report suggests. 720
Blazon to complete four timer with Southwell. 650
Bluebirds boss stands by criticism of 'robot' referees. 572
Carwyn in business news website consultancy role. 528
Chunk taken out of cottage as refuse truck crashes. 197
Coach hire acquisition latest in Alpine Travel expansion. 348
Concerns for Bridgend Ford after stark no-deal alarm. 343
Corbyn warns over post-Brexit trade deal with States. 292
Cuts force job losses at Whitchurch high school. 314
DANCING IS A GREAT WAY TO KEEP FIT; With a big birthday on the horizon, TV's Dr Ranj Singh is on a mission to feel fitter and healthier. And after Strictly, dance has become a key part of that, he tells Gemma Dunn. 668
Dealer was chauffeured as he prepared crack cocaine. 196
Debut authors dominate shortlist for PS30,000 Dylan Thomas Prize. 245
Drug courier led police on chase in city. 206
Dyer quick to create a buzz as his double downs Bees. 799
Edenstone Homes plans for 125 properties at former quarry. 335
Entrepreneur vows Center Parcs resort to repeat success of in upper Afan Valley. 1398
EU has left no room for more negotiation. 164
Every man has his price... so where does that leave Anscombe? 1440
Football fans banned after trouble at Swans cup game. 759
Fortnum & Mason looks east with Hong Kong store. 250
FTSE 100 jumps but pound still under Brexit pressure; ANALYSIS CITY. 540
GP budget mustn't suffer further cuts. 387
Graduate scheme launched to enhance innovation. 469
How your MP voted on the Brexit options - and how they defended it. 1142
I was brainwashed - IS bride. 203
IN OUR series of [...]. 149
Landmark deal for women's football. 417
Leading delivery company invests in Parc Felindre site. 800
Lydiate on the comeback trail yet again for Ospreys. 621
Macron: EU cannot be held hostage over crisis. 234
May offers Corbyn talks to deliver Brexit delay; May: This is a decisive national unity to deliver moment - it requires the national interest. 1420
Media giant Sky opening its first offices in Cardiff. 538
MORNING SERIAL; The Element of Water. 367
MPs call for break-up of four leading accountants. 294
MPs have a right and duty to oppose Brexit. 142
Mum died as family pleaded for ambulance to arrive. 748
Murder accused dies awaiting trial; NEWS IN BRIEF. 228
Neo-Nazi paedophile facing life in jail for MP murder plot. 439
Network rollout could be huge boost for the Welsh economy. 553
New chairman for board of IQE following turbulent period. 252
Office Outlet administrators announce store closures. 262
Our lives are often dictated by the dreams we have and the strength of our imagination; Hugh Jackman is voicing an explorer in search of a mythical creature in the new animated film Missing Link. He tells LAURA HARDING how a childhood ambition has finally come true for him - and why his brother is annoyed. 923
Outdoor fun and cinema on plans for festival site. 139
Owner of Boots warns of store closures amid 'tough' quarter. 479
Parkway station to enhance rail network gathers momentum from politicians. 2698
Party politics has put democracy in peril. 214
Police investigate sudden death; NEWS IN BRIEF. 121
Quantum leap for consultancy's trio. 514
Radically rethinking the future of the high street. 548
Responsible investment initiative by pension body. 384
Revealed: Magnificent Welsh seven on shortlist for architecture awards. 537
Scarlets swoop to sign Lousi from Super rugby Hurricanes. 342
Spectre boss offers PS5.7m to acquire beleaguered Bonmarche. 398
Superdry co-founder scrapes approval to rejoin board. 365
Swansea City Deal bosses seek approval for schemes. 402
Swansea visionary who started out with just PS30 feels the wind in his sails. 576
Taxes made in Wales are sign of confidence. 261
The grisly secret that lies beneath Tata steelworks; Beneath the huge Tata steelworks in Port Talbot bodies are entombed in coal-rich earth alongside 20 horses following a massive explosion in the 19th century. Laura Clements reports. 1108
Two top appointments at Bevan Buckland's Swansea base. 321
Warnock not giving up. 302
Warnock will field his strongest side for City's mission impossible. 748
Welsh Bacc 'confusing employers and colleges'. 691
Welsh GPs to get state indemnity cover amid rising insurance costs. 544
Welsh scientists in quest to solve lunar riddle. 138
Word on the web. 169

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