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

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'Brexit has broken our politics' - MP Heidi Allen steps down. 300
'I believe there is a gross imbalance of gender in engineering' Chief executive of aerospace giant Rolls-Royce Warren East, who recently addressed Cardiff Business Club, gives his views on the impact of technology on the engineering sector and why he is opposed to gender quotas in the workplace in a wide ranging Q&A interview with Kara Buffrey from Clearly PR & Marketing Communications. 859
'Strong women got me through mother's death' - McBryde. MATTHEW SOUTHCOMBE in Tokyo matthew.southcombe@trinitymirror.com 446
'Time to end pay for council chief election duties'. MARTIN SHIPTON Chief reporter martin.shipton@walesonline.co.uk 422
'Uncertain' future for QuickQuid customers. 537
10 rebel Tory MPs have whip restored. 258
Air Ambulance called in as two hurt in crash. 142
Alert after victims lose PS40k in scam; NEWS IN BRIEF. 255
All revved up to pursue the family business of motorbiking. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 1194
Anger as nurse rota changes pushed ahead. 138
Blades 'showing interest in Rodon'. 296
Boutique hotel plans revealed for former slate quarry mansion. OWEN HUGHES Reporter owen.hughes@dailypost.co.uk 347
BP refineries put it ahead of expectations despite 40% income drop. 323
British tourist's foot bitten off in shark attack. PRESS ASSOCIATION REPORTERS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 279
Canned range for Radnor Hills. 199
Car park death accused denies swerving Land Rover at victim. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 411
Consumers being left cashless and cut off by unacceptable IT failures, say MPs. VICKY SHAW PA personal finance correspondent newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 748
Contractor to redevelop Welsh Water attraction. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 509
Councillor, 72, in court on child sex attack charges. 188
Country will go to the polls on Dec 12; Johnson finally secures snap election on December 12. GAVIN CORDON Press Association newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1149
Crushing stat that hands Wales unwanted record. ANTHONY WOOLFORD Reporter anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk 601
David scoops Bake Off crown in tearful final. 210
Derby defeat leaves fans with a host of questions; It's been a difficult few days for Cardiff City and their fans since the South Wales derby defeat to Swansea. With the Bluebirds now in the bottom half of the Championship table, and discontent growing among supporters, Bluebirds correspondent GLEN WILLIAMS hosted a Q&A to get to the bottom of the big issues. GLEN WILLIAMS 1622
Development manager to work towards carbon target. 260
Diabetic patient died at home in days following amputation. SANDRA HEMBERY Reporter sandra.hembery@walesonline.co.uk 426
Don't assume the odds-on favourite will cruise to victory; With a December election now confirmed, chief reporter Martin Shipton considers the advantages and disadvantages that will confront the main parties in Wales. 1543
Eisteddfod 'major boost' for area; NEWS IN BRIEF. 151
El Misk set to hit Kempton target. 283
End of road for online tyre sales company. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 488
England's Grand National to lose. 186
Expansion plans for Iron Maiden singer's aviation company. 292
Finance firm teams up with agency. 310
Firms to have own currency to boost economy. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 562
Gender pay gap for full-time staff increases. 459
Giant jellyfish discovered. 103
Grenfell toll 'could have been lower'. JEMMA CREW and JOE GAMMIE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 490
Hawes braves cold for drama. 327
Heartbreak and pride for Welsh suporters. 223
Hit show books date in capital on first UK tour. 281
I'm happy to carry on, says 'Broony'. 416
In lean times, cashflow beats profit for businesses; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 438
Keeping pets calm this Bonfire Night. 384
Less then half of immigration centre detainees deported. 277
Lyndon to help business grow its sales. 302
Man accessed illegal images while on bail. 238
Man guilty of killing woman, 20 in '80mph race' crash. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 401
Masterminds of new Music City plan are revealed. DAVID OWENS Reporter dave.owens@walesonline.co.uk 651
MEET THE REAL TERMINATOR SALVATION; Arnold Schwarzenegger is reunited with Linda Hamilton in Terminator: Dark Fate... and he thinks the return of Sarah Connor may be just what the franchise needs. LUCY MAPSTONE meets the cast. LUCY MAPSTONE 953
MODERN FAMILY. CATHY OWEN 502
More space for students as music college leases unit. 373
MORNING SERIAL; Wales: England's Colony? The Conquest, Assimilation and Re-creation of Wales by Martin Johnes. Martin Johnes 321
New water services director for Dwr Cymru. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 434
New Zealand legends set for emotional Test send-off. 315
Nigel misses final role after calf injury blow. ANDY HOWELL Rugby Reporter andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk 443
Nominate best of the west in our business awards. ISABEL GOODMAN Events manager isabel.goodman@mediawales.co.uk 724
ON THE BOARD. 225
ON THIS DAY. 173
Only Welshman in Rugby World Cup final got the 'Boks back to beastly best. ANTHONY WOOLFORD Reporter anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk 580
People's Vote staff call on campaign chairman to quit amid claims of 'boardroom politics'. 414
Pinewood Studios is leaving its Cardiff site. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 787
Police boss 'perversely happy' over large rise in domestic abuse cases. RICHARD YOULE Local democracy reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 572
Pound up on election prospect, but BP drags FTSE 100 into the red; ANALYSIS CITY. HOLLY WILLIAMS PA deputy city editor newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 547
Pride of Britain. PROVES There is goodness; TV PRESENTER AND PRIDE OF BRITAIN JUDGE, CHRISTINE LAMPARD, TALKS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF THE INSPIRATIONAL AWARDS IN SUCH TURBULENT TIMES. CHRISTINE LAMPARD 1059
PS30,000 worth of hay destroyed in barn blaze. AAMIR MOHAMMED Reporter aamir.mohammed@walesonline.co.uk 664
Seismic reaction to Wilmot header. 333
Semi-final drama left Roberts 'shaking'. 354
Serco auditor fined PS78,000 for his role in tagging scandal. 314
Small pass rates are the will of the people. 111
Smith will not stand. 107
Soldier killed himself at site of family holidays. 225
Spain: sit down and talk now. 192
Stars flee California wildfires. 173
Store will get new lease of life thanks to PS100,000 from fund. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 719
Storm after council pulls Roy Chubby Brown show. KATIE BELLIS Reporter katie.bellis@walesonline.co.uk 537
Success is brewing as first Welsh tea set to go on sale. SANDRA HEMBERY Reporter sandra.hembery@walesonline.co.uk 628
Supermarket launches new scheme. 203
The most significant election since 1945. 396
The way to solve the obesity crisis is to teach kids to cook; Junior Bake Off is back to test budding bakers' skills to the limit. Judges Prue Leith and Liam Charles, along with presenter Harry Hill, talk to Georgia Humphreys about the show's appeal and why its return is especially timely. Georgia Humphreys 590
THEY SAID WHAT? 262
This could result in fighting on the streets. 168
Tory hopeful's 'stupid' actions caused rape trial to collapse. RUTH MOSALSKI Politcal editor ruth.mosalski@walesonline.co.uk 1114
UK consumer credit growth slumps to a five-year low amid economic uncertainty. 348
Village road shut after landslide; NEWS IN BRIEF. 147
Vomiting bug strikes hospitals. MARK SMITH Health correspondent mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk 349
Wales v New Zealand match-up is perfect. 173
Welsh castle's once-dry moat fills up in downpour. 347
Williams in hospital for operation on ankle injury. 218
Women are still paying price for having children. ANGHARAD NEAGLE BUSINESS TALK 773
World cup stalwarts and new heroes - how will the Wales team look in 2023? 1748

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