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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 27, 2019)

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'Accused groped me each day when we shared tent'. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 875
'Banking industry is hit by five IT failures a week typically'. 193
'Finance in place' for Anglesey marina project. 250
'Getting Brexit done' the big campaign lie. 175
'I'm inspired by those focused on what they're delivering, not making the money' Alistair Wardell of Grant Thornton talks to business editor Sion Barry on the firm's presence in Wales, the potential for expansion, the separation of audit functions and the type of entrepreneur that inspires him... 2330
'More babies for online parents' NEWS IN BRIEF. 135
58% of over-65s 'have emergency cash stash to help adult children'. 320
8,400 Welsh businesses look to grow with free digital advice; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 347
Accelerator programme helping new businesses propser. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 834
At least 16 dead as quake hits Albania. LLAZAR SEMINI newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 279
Attacking coach to depart England. 319
Blood service pharmacist receives an MBE. 202
Capital's affordability 'driving new investment'. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 583
Child poverty 'would reach record high under Tories' - think tank. 326
CHRISTMAS is going to be very different [...]. MODERN FAMILY CATHY OWEN 496
Christmas past a joy as tree 82 years old. 282
Citigroup fined record PS44m for regulatory report errors. 282
Clarke's gone... so who'll be next for Ospreys job? BEN JAMES Rugby writer ben.james@walesonline.co.uk 960
Corbyn vows to 'root out blight of anti-Semitism'. SAM BLEWETT and GAVIN CORDON newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1435
Council may buy 'pollution' houses; NEWS IN BRIEF. 151
Councillor faces sex abuse trial; NEWS IN BRIEF. 168
De La Rue shares plunge on concerns over firm's future. HOLLY WILLIAMS PA Deputy city editor newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 572
Dems shows how 'extreme' Boris Johnson is. 175
Do the decent thing and deliver Brexit. 139
Drink-driver crashed car and left his two friends for dead. 383
Expansion set to creat 74 new jobs at paper manufacturer. 316
Farmer died when 4x4 hit wall and tree. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 569
Fireman saves two after hearing smoke alarm. 252
Flood warnings as Wales set for more downpours. 275
Halaholo hits back at critics after injury ruins Wales hopes. MATTHEW SOUTHCOMBE Sports writer matthew.southcombe@walesonline.co.uk 428
Halaholo looks set to miss whole season. 172
Hearing told of worker's sex advances. WALES NEWS SERVICE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 547
Helicopter collision kills 13 soldiers. 156
Husband to be new director for BITC Cymru. 250
I've played a lot of real life characters but most of them can't sue me; JONATHAN PRYCE HAS BEEN TIPPED TO SCORE HIS FIRST OSCAR NOMINATION PLAYING POPE FRANCIS, IN FILM THE TWO POPES. HE TALKS TO LAURA HARDING ABOUT PREPARING TO PLAY THE HEAD OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. LAURA HARDING 1193
Impact of domestic violence on women's careers. 347
Just 1 in 20 Black Friday 'deals' are cheaper than rest of year, says Which? VICKY SHAW newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 842
Knifeman admits attempted murder over station rampage. PAT HURST newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 463
Lack of 'ambitious' Brexit deal could hit car production. 276
Leandro breaks Potters to secure first win for Harris. GLEN WILLIAMS Football writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 781
Listen to Boris and check out the fibs. 164
Lorry driver, 31, dies after pulling off road. 225
Micro-hydro schemes are the way forward. 143
Missing pilot named after plane crash off Welsh coast. AAMIR MOHAMMED newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 309
More concerns about items bought from online marketplaces. 376
MORNING SERIAL; Wales: England's Colony? The Conquest, Assimilation and Re-creation of Wales. Martin Johnes 342
New arena and coastal park plans win council approval. RICHARD YOULE Local democracy reporter richard.youle@walesonline.co.uk 594
Oil 4 Wales takes over rival's operation to improve logistics. 349
ON THIS DAY. 251
Out with buzzwords, use common sense. 119
Pets At Home delivers profit cheer after strong first half. 307
Plaid facing criticism over its position on nuclear energy. MARTIN SHIPTON Chief reporter martin.shipton@walesonline.co.uk 444
Plea as food banks expect the busiest December yet. 326
Police officer sacked over lewd video in station toilet. LYDIA STEPHENS Reporter lydia.stephens@walesonline.co.uk 522
Pound slips after new poll shows shrinking Tory lead; ANALYSIS CITY. HENRY SAKER.CLARK PA City reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 606
Prime city centre office building acquired in PS10m deal. 313
Prisoner died of heart failure after taking Spice, inquest told. 233
PS105m jackpot winner 'looking forward to a good Christmas'. BEN MITCHELL newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 607
PS40k payout after dental pain 'ordeal'. ANNA LEWIS Reporter anna.lewis@walesonline.co.uk 595
Riotous gig as Kaiser Chiefs set to rock racecourse. 165
Russian venue still on cards for Wales despite ban threat. JAMIE GARDNER Press Association sport@walesonline.co.uk 592
Shipping business navigates its way to success. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 630
Sonovate appoints experienced tech officer. 271
Sorry seems to be the hardest word. 404
Stars back a worthy Claus with festive shows to raise cash for animal charities; Want to do your bit for charity this holiday season? Channel 5 has made it easy with a festive plea dedicated to our furry friends and charities that support them, writes Gemma Dunn. Gemma Dunn 517
Swans make point to stay unbeaten on the road. IAN MITCHELMORE Football writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 831
Swansea City secures a new sponsorship deal. 240
Swinson says Lord Heseltine's backing for Lib. 166
Teen guilty of stabbing man in city. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 380
The Crown presented difficult subjects well. 238
The robotics helping to revolutionise knee surgery. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris/pyke@walesonline.co.uk 1046
The second coming of Sam Davies... is he still the heir to No.10 throne? SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 1041
The tricky question of GIP and staff holiday pay entitlement. BETHAN DARWIN LAW & MORE 993
THEY SAID WHAT? 292
Tories' Facebook adverts 'are part of local campaign'. 341
Trade with EU continues apace in midst of Brexit. DEBORA ARU Data journalist debora.aru@walesonline.co.uk 423
Tributes after man's body found on beach. 209
Trump's confident to face trial in impeachment's tangled web; At the end of two extraordinary weeks, Donald Trump called the impeachment inquiry 'total nonsense'. The President's professed confidence comes despite impeachment witnesses swearing under oath that he withheld aid from Ukraine to press the country to investigate his political rivals. Here, we look at where the inquiry goes next... 1036
UK retail sales stabilise ahead of key Christmas trading. 282
Village sees red after BT calls time on Phonics' phone box. NATHAN BEVAN Reporter nathan.bevan@walesonline.co.uk 562
Voice for the Valleys, a changed man who's seen life's tough side; In his latest Martin Shipton Meets podcast, our chief reporter's guest is Richard Taylor, the Brexit Party candidate for Blaenau Gwent, seen as the party's most winnable seat in Wales... 1158
Wales 'on standby' to host Euro 2020 matches amid dramatic Russia twist; Word on the web. 106
Wales held back by slow growth and low output. chris pyke Business reporter chris/pyke@walesonline.co.uk 659
Wales must adapt to each new regime. 184
WH Smith boss's PS3.4m farewell pay. 193
What are the parties pledging to do for Wales? As the General Election gets nearer, each party is releasing its manifesto. So far, we've had the Conservative, Labour, Lib Dem, Green Party, Plaid Cymru and Brexit Party manifestos. The Conservatives and Labour have both also published separate documents for Wales. But what is each party actually promising for us? Political editor Ruth Mosalski takes a look ervatives rate h cal. 1170
Why Josh's supermarket sweep takes longer than it used to! SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 1368
Why pay homage to this hateful regime? 114
Will Filo fill a gap with Blues comeback? 385
Win 'couldn't happen to a nicer family', say neighbours. 169
Woman denies making up officer wife assault claims. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 544
Yolk recruits new consultant as part of growth strategy. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 516

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