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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 30, 2019)

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'County lines drug networks national threat'. 318
'Dramatic' drop in confidence. 114
'Holocaust was an abomination but I am not defending Israel' In his latest Martin Shipton Meets podcast, our chief reporter talks to the Cardiffborn journalist and genocide historian Mike Joseph about the Holocaust and anti-Semitism. 1094
'I haven't spoken to Neil about the future'. 422
'Outdated' trains fail to satisfy rail passengers. 630
680 at wheel with 12-plus points on their licence. 451
Best of three should decide Brexit's fate. 104
Blair urges MPs to 'stand up' to claims of elitism in Brexit debate; Politicians should be ready to 'stand up' to members of the public who brand them elitist because they argue for a second EU referendum, Tony Blair has said. Andrew Woodcock reports Pb B. 634
Brexit, talent and Industry 4.0 - the fears and aspirations of Wales' top manufacturers; Wales'manufacturing sector faces many challenges and opportunities in 2019 - from Brexit to the relentless march of technology and Industry 4.0. This round table discussion, sponsored by NatWest Cymru, invited leaders from some of the country's top manufacturers to discuss their hopes, fears and aspirations for the coming 12 months. 1659
Britain could grow its own after hard Brexit. 116
Builders facing mounting problems amid Brexit uncertainty. 260
Businesses are talking about the dangers of no-deal Brexit. 1867
Club blame front-row crisis for cup call-off. 437
Cold comforts from the farm; Quilting was once an essential aid to keeping warm in winter but eventually became something of an artistic endeavour. 1251
Company in a lather as shares tumble. 331
Concrete Canvas is on a roll with big investment. 342
CVS in the doghouse after profit warning. 380
Defence support workers' no-deal-roles plan. 258
Deloitte takes new space to accommodate growth. 702
Diocese shells out for trip to Spain by private plane. 553
DNA link 'one in a billion' against - court. 521
Domino's Pizza sees full-year profits at lower range. Financial report 351
Drugs rife in city's homeless shelters. 218
Duo arrested over pensioner 'assault'. 238
Estate agent stole PS300k from his boss. 526
EU is a barrier to free trade across the world. 133
Everything you need to know about Footie5... and its PS25,000 prize. 315
FTSE 100 shares lifted by gains in oil and tobacco. 568
Garden to grow in memory of a Welsh village's ultimate hero; One of Caerphilly's most beloved sons, Sergeant Major Michael Williams, was killed in action 10 years ago in Afghanistan. Here he is remembered by friends, as work begins on a community garden to honour him. Anna Lewis reports. 1233
Gastropub 7th in UK's star top 50; NEWS IN BRIEF. 182
Green Man line-up revealed. 118
Hargreaves Lansdown hit by choppy markets. 306
Health board's PS65k payout for loss of eye. 598
Housebuilder plans to build 345 homes on brownfield site. 536
Immense respect at the Emirates as two sides unite to pay tribute to Sala. 403
Is Hook set to race across to France? 356
JOIN JOSH AND JAMES FOR SOME QUIRKY QUESTIONING; A hilarious new panel show, which was devised by Josh Widdicombe, is launching on Dave. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS chats to the comic, and co-host James Acaster, to find out what to expect from Hypothetical ON THE O T E SCREEN SMALL. 610
Keep your dog safe and warm in winter. 603
Klopp vows to keep the pressure on at the top. 433
Lights and water off at troubled football club. 263
Man faces trial after road death; NEWS IN BRIEF. 102
Man loses DVLA damages claim; NEWS IN BRIEF. 177
Mermaid Quay to enhance parking facilities. 568
Military spouses 'face jobs bias'. 113
MODERN FAMILY. 518
MORNING SERIAL; The Element of Water. 349
Mortgage rate gap narrows to smallest since 2013 as lenders battle for business. 469
MP jailed for lying to avoid speed points urged to quit. 401
MPs order May back to Brussels on mission to seal new Brexit deal; MPs tell May to prevent no deal and renegotiate Brexit backstop. 1239
Mum's anger over killer's alleged abuse of patient. 687
New owners set to take over at Fonmon Castle. 344
No 5 blast furnace has life extended thanks to PS50m investment. 278
Oli at the double to rescue Swans. 877
ON THIS DAY. 315
Outrage over compulsory English in Welsh nurseries. 530
PC follows lead to track down puppy. 149
Peel signs new two-year deal with Ulster. 242
Plea as cancer sister given months to live. 510
Police swoop on birdwatchers outside school. 204
Positive changes afoot for pensions; Stuart Price of Quantum Advisory on latest pension changes. 355
Pundits divided over Six Nations winners. 1593
Rape of the fair country as blight of fly-tipping worsens. 292
Royal Mail warns over decline in the posting of letters. 574
Rules to stop up to 100,000 people a year losing out on pension income proposed. 567
ScS and Mike Ashley go head to head for Sofa.com. 196
Shipping firm recruits manager to its Deeside depot. 278
Six Nations blighted by broadcasters' greed. 104
Soap star's morning wine binge. 140
Speedboat killer won't face fast-track extradition from Georgia. 200
Spindogs confirm appointment of non-exec FD. 352
Spirited Bluebirds beaten after display worthy of occasion. 873
Survey reveals the economy will be the biggest threat to companies. 479
Suspension of power plant plans will impact on Wales and beyond. 659
The Football Pools gets a reboot to make its mark in a digital age. 859
The scene is set for a Brussels battle. 400
THEY SAID WHAT? 262
Third 'did not learn new skills'. 149
Three new members join Wales nuclear steering group. 521
Two new letting deals fill industrial element of business park. 179
WALES ADD TWO FOR THE SIX NATIONS. 291
Wales braced for further snow as roads and schools are closed. 438
We all have friends that are a little tricky... ON THE SCREEN BIG Melissa McCarthy has proved to be box office gold in a string of hit comedies but takes a dramatic turn for her Oscar-nominated performance in Can You Ever Forgive Me? She tells LAURA HARDING why she does not want to be confined to just one genre. 967
Williams wins the race for Wales' No.9 jersey. 379
Word on the web. 121

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