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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 14, 2019)

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'I've signed new deal with Bluebirds', says Bamba. 226
'Labour has failed Wales and so we need Plaid'. RUTH MOSALSKI Political editor ruth.mosalski@walesonline.co.uk 465
'My friend rang me and I heard him being stabbed'. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 396
'NHS the top priority' as grateful Boris thanks UK; Boris Johnson was yesterday handed a result surely beyond his wildest dreams. Here's the Prime Minister's victory speech in full... 980
16 December 2019; MONDAY. 242
22 December 2019; SUNDAY. 280
27 December 2019; FRIDAY. 308
28 December 2019; SATURDAY. 306
29 December 2019; SUNDAY. 310
30 December 2019; MONDAY. 280
A helping hand with holiday bakes; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 285
Articles of impeachment approved. 183
Beware the small print - Brexit might not be all plain sailing... The election result puts to an end the uncertainty over whether and how the UK will leave the EU. Or does it? asks chief reporter Martin Shipton. Martin Shipton 1030
Big guns are back for Scarlets' Bayonne test. 358
Blues will try again today as weather wipes out Euro tie. 321
Bodies of volcano victims recovered. MARK BAKER and STEVE MCMORRAN newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 327
Brave Ospreys bag point. 287
BUSINESS HAPPY - BUT FEARS OVER BREXIT REMAIN. 468
Business leaders call for stability and confidence. ALAN JONES and CHRIS PYKE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 711
C'MON REF Nigel Owens; OPINION. 1170
Centre point... the players who could provide the solution to a problem position. BEN JAMES Rugby writer ben.james@walesonline.co.uk 1387
Christmas Day; WEDNESDAY. 312
City's new arena plans a step closer. BRONTE HOWARD Reporter bronte.howard@walesonline.co.uk 518
Corbyn became toxic to any Labour hopes of defeating Boris Johnson; It became apparent months ago that Jeremy Corbyn was an electoral liability for Labour, says chief reporter Martin Shipton. Martin Shipton 748
Corbyn to resign as leader in early 2020 after polls nightmare. SHAUN CONNOLLY and GAVIN CORDON, PA POLITICAL STAFF plus MEDIA WALES REPORTERS 1195
Cummings disparages 'educated Remainer campaigner types'. 188
Davies puts the boot into Warriors to earn victory for Dragons. ANDY HOWELL Rugby correspondent andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk 291
Deeper cuts coming and needy will suffer. 225
Did you know there's a way to have an MRI scan if you are claustrophobic? 328
Don't let scammers steal your Christmas; Some fraudsters will use this busy time of year to trick victims. VICKY SHAW has some tips to keep you on your guard. VICKY SHAW 798
Drug had no side-effects, court hears. PHILIP DEWEY reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 652
Ex-Wales star 'totally betrayed' by his wife and friend's PS1m con. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 809
Flynn fires out warning to his County squad; NEWPORT CO v STEVENAGE RODNEY PARADE 3pm. 425
FRIDAY; 20 December 2019. 321
Fulton in contention for call-up as Swans search for home boost. MATHEW DAVIES Sports editor mathew.davies@walesonline.co.uk 942
General Knowledge Quiz. 332
GREENSCENE. WITH LYNNE ALLBUTT 716
Harris happy to see changes at Cardiff noticed by Bielsa. GLEN WILLIAMS Football Writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 1086
Having a laugh this Christmas; YOUR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR TV GUIDE Comedy rules this Christmas, with a feast of fun headlined by the long-awaited return of Gavin & Stacey. Even the greatest grump on your sofa will find something to make them smile. Here's our pick... 1584
Heal the rift between owners and renters. 295
HIDDEN GEMS. 853
Holl hwyl yr Wyl a mwy ar S4C; YOUR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR TV GUIDE Bydd digon o hwyl yr Wyl i'r teulu cyfan ar S4C dros y Nadolig gyda rhaglenni llawn chwerthin, sbri a chymeriadau lliwgar... 1800
HOW THE NIGHT UNFOLDED... 393
HOW THE NIGHT UNFOLDED... [...]. 384
How your loo roll could save our planet; THE CHEEKY PANDA USES BAMBOO TO CREATE ECO-FRIENDLY TISSUES AND WIPES ADVERTISING FEATURE. 617
Indyref2 now a 'democratic right' after SNP watershed win, says Sturgeon. KATRINE BUSSEY newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 470
IS kill 71 soldiers at Niger camp; WORLD BULLETINS. 112
It's good news on pensions front... if promises are kept; Stuart Price, partner and actuary at Quantum Advisory, on what the Conservative majority will mean for your pensions... STUART PRICE QUANTUM ADVISORY 356
It's Rob joy as Chiefs hand lengthy new deal to Baxter. 276
Johnson pledges to heal divisions after crushing Tory win. GAVIN CORDON and HARRIET LINE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1281
Karim's nerves big Strictly challenge. 271
Labour losses and Tory gains across Wales; Word on the web. 145
Leader under fire as Labour endures a battering in Wales despite keeping control of Cardiff. 560
Let's hope Johnson is Tony Blair's heir. 244
Lib Dems appoint acting leaders as Swinson ousted. HARRIET LINE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 477
Lifelong Labour supporters 'alienated' by Brexit stance; HOW THE UK HAS CHANGED OVER THE PAST NINE YEARS. ALAN JONES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 390
Man admits theft plot before death; UK BULLETINS. 174
Man jailed after threatening staff with bottle. 216
Man released after crash arrest. JOHN COOPER Reporter john.cooper@walesonline.co.uk 304
Man sought over incidents. 151
MARKET REPORT. 422
MONDAY; 23 December 2019. 233
MORNING SERIAL; Wales: England's Colony? The Conquest, Assimilation and Re-creation of Wales by Martin Johnes. Martin Johnes 339
MOROCCAN ROLL; LAUREN TAYLOR heads to North Africa in search of some much-needed winter sunshine and surf. LAUREN TAYLOR 942
New Year's Day; WEDNESDAY. 259
No reception? What happens if your phone doesn't work. JAMES WALKER YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION 527
Off to the Repair Shop and all is well. 159
OLYMPIAN AMONG THE INJURED. 119
ON THIS DAY. 211
One broadband call could save PS120. VICKY SHAW newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 410
Pet owners prioritising gifts over insurance; MONEY FACT. 161
PICTURE THIS... 227
Plenty to do as Christmas approaches; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 173
POUND NOTES. 286
QUOTES OF THE NIGHT. 438
Record number of women MPs are elected. 151
RESULTS IF UK HAD PR... 251
Role models for future entrepreneurs are vital. DYLAN JONES-EVANS 812
ROOT OUT OF ENGLAND T20 SQUAD FOR THE TOUR TO SA. 353
RUTH MOSALSKI; Ruth is a Yorkshire-born journalist who is proud to have made Wales her home. 868
SATURDAY; 14 December 2019. 299
SATURDAY; 21 December 2019. 295
Set a high standard and root out abuse. 379
SHAY STADIUM 3pm FC HALIFAX v WREXHAM. 329
Six Nations is looming... so will any of these young aces be a bolter for Pivac? ANTHONY WOOLFORD Sports writer anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk 1209
Spooky dramas, feelgood features; YOUR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR TV GUIDE When it comes to drama for Christmas and New Year, there are supernatural stories aplenty alongside old favourites like Call The Midwife and the festive editions of the soaps. Settle down, draw the curtains and take your pick... 957
Sterling hits highs, but 'clarity on future vital'. 311
SUNDAY; 15 December 2019. 311
Take a walk in these winter wonderlands; Enjoy stunning Christmas displays as gardens light up across Britain. With Diarmuid Gavin 878
THE RIDDLER V BRAINTEASERS. 387
There are ways to effect change if you look for hope in the dark. CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1281
THEY SAID WHAT? 189
THURSDAY. 262
THURSDAY; 19 December 2019. 272
Top telly treats; YOUR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR TV GUIDE Whether it's a celebration of sport, musical magic or your favourite quiz with a festive twist, there's entertainment galore from broadcasters this Christmas. Enjoy our suggestions... 1046
Toshack leaves Liberty for new role in Cyprus. PAUL ABBANDONATO Head of sport paul.abbandonato@walesonline.co.uk 470
TUESDAY; 17 December 2019. 331
TUESDAY; Christmas Eve. 266
TUESDAY; New Year's Eve. 256
Uncertainty about Brexit will end next year - Prime Minister. SARAH MCGEE, RUTH MOSALSKI, LORNE COOK and ANGELA CHARLTON ruth.mosalski@walesonline.co.uk 374
Voluntary sector should come first. 151
Wales could lose out Senedd squeezed by Toa power grab as Tory Westminster; Chief reporter Martin Shipton considers the implications of the General Election result for Wales, its political parties and Welsh independence. 1226
Warthog headed for Caviar success. 281
WEDNESDAY; 18 December 2019. 293
Welcome to your fantastic Weekend magazine. 145
Welsh language is rapidly dwindling. 138
Who will be the leader to win back frustrated Labour voters? Political editor Ruth Mosalski looks at the runners and riders in the inevitable forthcoming Labour leadership battle. 785
Woods hoping it'll be a Vale of cheers in battle to beat drop; PREVIEW INDIGO PREM RUGBY. 461
YVONNE JONES STYLE FILE. 482

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