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An inquest rules that Ashley Talbot, who was hit by a minibus

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outside his school, was killed accidentally.

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No child should die in a road traffic accident on school premises.

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In schools, more than anywhere else, the safety of children should be

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A recruitment crisis in the Welsh NHS,

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and failures to employ doctors and nurses are costing health

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A recruitment crisis in the Welsh NHS,

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and failures to employ doctors and nurses are costing health

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The right to buy your council home was introduced my Margaret Thatcher.

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As another council plans to suspend the policy,

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how it could soon be banned altogether.

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A new survey has some surprising results on how

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And the modern masterpieces on public display, thanks

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to one private collector's Welsh connection.

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When I hear my mother's accent, I say I am back in Wales. That was her

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background and she never lost her love of Wales, which she passed on

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to me. The coroner investigating the death

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of a 15-year-old boy, who was run over in the grounds of his school

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said the inquest has identified Ashley Talbot was struck by a school

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minibus as he was leaving Maesteg Comprehensive

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in December 2014. The jury returned a verdict

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of accidental death and the coroner will now make a report

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about the design and construction of the school, so that

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lessons can be learnt. popular boy, and only son.

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15-year-old Ashley was struck by a minibus as he ran for his bus home.

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Police say the driver, a PE teacher called Christopher Brooks will not

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face prosecution. He was driving at 14 to 17 mph and would have had less

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than a second to react. The inquest heard about wider safety concerns. A

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boss Trevor said this was an accident waiting to happen. Several

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children described near misses which they had witnessed. The coroner said

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it revealed issues of grave concern and you will now be preparing a

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report on the design, construction and operation of the school.

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Reacting to the verdict, the solicitor of the family spelt out

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their concerns. No child should die on the school premises in a road

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traffic accident. In schools more than anywhere else, the safety of

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children should be uppermost in everyone's minds. The school was

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constructed through a PFI initiative. It is clear from the

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evidence that we have heard in court that the staff of the school were

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never satisfied with the design and layout provided of that school. They

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struggled, then, to provide a secure and safe environment, given the

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design restrictions imposed upon them. Following the hearing, the

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local authority issued a statement saying improvements have already

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been carried out the school and the review of safety in all schools in

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the county borough has taken place. The chair of governors paid tribute

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to Ashley at the popular pupil. The governor is satisfied the school is

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now safe. We complied with all the health and safety recommendations

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that were brought in following the terrible accidents. We believe now

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that the school is certainly a very safe place. Ashley's mother has been

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too ill to attend the inquest. His father left without speaking. The

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family say they are broken. We have welcomed the ongoing health and

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safety investigation and are planning further legal action. They

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also plan to campaign for a school safety in memory of the sun. -- in

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Failures to recruit doctors and nurses are costing Welsh health

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boards millions of pounds and today, Assembly Members were told

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there's now a recruitment crisis in the Welsh NHS.

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In north Wales, the amount of money being spent

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on agency staff this year matches the entire ?30 million

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over-spend of Betsi Cadwaladr health board.

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We are told our hospitals have rarely been busier, pressure is

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rarely greater, the squeeze on cash rarely tighter.

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But at a time when the Welsh NHS need every penny it can

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get, spending on agency staff to fill empty posts is spiralling.

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According to some critics, there is a recruitment crisis.

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In north Wales, as an example, there are 177

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There's a shortage of 79 health care assistants.

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Ward rosters are going only 85% filled and that's despite

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We asked to be allowed into the hospital here in

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Bangor today to speak to doctors and nurses

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about recruitment, but that

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One, an experienced sister, who didn't want

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to be filmed, told me that recruitment problems were down to

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Places like this are extremely tough to

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Outside our cities, most Welsh hospitals struggle for staff.

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Today at the Senate, Assembly Members were

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Why, for example, do many medical students leave Wales when they

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We have recently run a survey of all of those trainees

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coming to interview with us to find out exactly what are those key

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And the vast majority have indicated that it's important that

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they have got somewhere where their friends are,

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I was talking to a number of students thinking of going into

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medicine recently in my constituency.

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They were all young, single, you know, young men and

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women, 18, 19 years old, who couldn't wait to get out.

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And said, you know, they've spent their whole

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lives here, they wanted to go and see the big wide world.

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And the failure to recruit is costing money.

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This year, the Ysbyty health board expects

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to be in the red for more than ?30 million.

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And that's similar to the amount it was spent on agency staff

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If you could fill posts, could you get rid

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I think it would be a massive help if we could reduce the agency spend

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and we are working towards that every day.

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We have some rigorous plans in place to control the spent

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on agency staff, both from the medical point of view and the

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We need to recognise that there will always

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circumstances to employ agency clinical staff, to make sure that

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A safe service, then, but also a cheaper service.

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This has now become a major challenge for the Welsh NHS.

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The number of patients waiting more than 12 hours in accident

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and emergency departments in Wales has risen by a quarter.

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Just over 4,000 people spent 12 hours in A E last month,

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The Welsh Government said the rise is unacceptable and pledged

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to work with NHS Wales to achieve improvements for patients.

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A man from Tredegar has appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court

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accused of downloading so-called Islamic State manuals.

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23-year-old Nathan Saunders is charged with five counts

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of possessing a record likely to be useful to a person committing

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A woman from Swansea, who claimed she'd been imprisoned

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in her father's flat in Saudi Arabia, is still

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waiting for a face-to-face meeting with her lawyer.

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21-year-old Amina Al-Jeffrey said her father locked her up

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because she kissed a guy - an allegation he denies.

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Last Summer, Mohammad Al-Jeffrey was ordered to facilitate

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his daughter's return to the UK, but she remains in Saudi Arabia.

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A High Court judge has revealed her lawyer has yet to be

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Tenants in Cardiff could become the latest in Wales to LOSE

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the right to buy their council houses, as the authority aims

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to tackle the city's growing housing need.

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The Council's decision to suspend the right-to-buy

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policy for five years will need to be rubber-stamped

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by the Welsh Government, who plan to introduce a law that

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would amount to a Wales-wide ban on the policy.

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Hello. We are at the forts. In March, they will be married from us

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40 years. They have lived for most of it in this council has. Are

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making here, it wasn't anything like it is now and then we were here a

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bout a month and we decided to buy it. We feel proud that we both came

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from... I came from a council house, Harry is from the docks, and we are

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out here owning our own houses. So, I'm quite pleased with both of us.

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Before it would have benefited from a discount of up to 50% when the

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policy was first introduced in the 1980s. These days, social housing

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tenants in Wales can get up to a maximum of ?8,000 knocked off the

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value of their property. Last year, 359 properties in Wales were bought

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under the right to buy scheme. Out of a total of more than 200,000 in

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the social housing sector. Had we not had the right to buy, we would

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not have a waiting list today and people on that waiting list are in

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significant housing needs. What we want to be able to do, we want to

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protect a very important asset for families to come now and into the

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future. The request will need to be accepted by the Welsh Government.

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Anglesey and Swansea have already been given the permission to suspend

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the right to buy policy in the area. Dembach and Flintshire's

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applications are still being considered. Next month Government

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ministers will propose a new law in the Assembly that would amount to a

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Wales wide ban on the policy. It would bring the curtain down on a

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flagship wide policy driven by her desire to create a nation of

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homeowners. This just reflects attention from huge national need to

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build more houses. It's completely the wrong priority. We should be

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proud of the right to buy and encourage its use in the future. We

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certainly need to build more homes, that's what the Welsh women should

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be doing. We need to invest in new homes. Housing associations are

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committed to that and to building houses up and down Wales. The right

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to buy is part of that picture and stops of losing homes that we need,

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but the focus should be on new homes. It is a controversial policy.

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As far as this couple are concerned, it afforded them the possibility to

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Turner has into home. All AMs are allowed

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to put staff in place, family or otherwise,

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for six months after their But then a permanent post

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has to be advertised - for which there's an open

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recruitment process. And it's for one of those

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permanent jobs that this discussion in November last

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year was all about. A Ukip Assembly member discussed how

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an advert for a job in her office could be changed to help her brother

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with an Assembly official. Michelle Brown was told that

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if she went ahead with an initial draft of the advert,

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her brother would be sifted out She was also asked if she

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wanted to check with him what qualifications he had before

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finalising the advert. Well, our political reporter

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Paul Martin is in Cardiff Bay. Paul, can you tell

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us more about this? All AMs are allowed

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to put staff in place, family or otherwise,

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for six months after their But then a permanent post

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has to be advertised - for which there's an open

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recruitment process. And it's for one of those

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permanent jobs that this discussion in November last

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year was all about. Taking the stage as a new AM last

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summer, Michelle Brown, one of seven new members but elected. She soon

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recruited a team. She is allowed to employ a family member to work for

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her. But what role should they play in the recruitment process was back

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I asked the Assembly commission for e-mails sent between Michelle Brown

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and officials regarding recruitment. Some were released, but other bits

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withheld with the Assembly citing personal data, but I have now seen

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full details of an exchange where an official and Michelle Brown

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discussed finalising a job advert for a receptionist, personal

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assistant job that made reference to Michelle Brown's brothers

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qualifications. In the exchange, an Assembly official says, if we go

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ahead with the qualification, an NVQ that is in the job description,

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Richard, that is Michelle Brown's brother, will be sifted out before

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the interview stage. Do you want me to change it to grade C or above in

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English? Michelle Brown required leg replied...

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The official then told her, that is fine. My understanding is the job ad

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went ahead without the NVQ requirement and her brother got an

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interview. He did not get the job. The Assembly's recruitment panel has

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recommended someone else who will meet Michelle Brown next week to

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discuss the job. Michelle Brown says she has acted properly, a view

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backed by you get's Assembly leader. All these jobs have to be publicly

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advertised and in the case of somebody who is a family member who

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is an applicant is covered in the appointment decision is taken by the

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Assembly itself, not by the individual AM. Book-mac the Assembly

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commission says its recruitment process is fair and based on merit.

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And the employment of family members is only allowed with a member plays

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no part in the assessment or interview.

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So a clear argument there that an AM plays no part in the assessment

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But as the email exchange pre-dates those bits of the process I asked

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the Commission if they thought the discussion was appropriate

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A spokeswoman said "It is entirely appropriate, and within the rules,

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for officials to work with AMs to establish selection

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criteria and arrangements for a particular appointment".

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But a former standards watchdog - Sir Alistair Graham -

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has tonight told BBC Wales the exchange looked unethical

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and he would advocate a ban on the employment of relatives

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No doubt of course the 12 AMs who employ relatives would argue

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they're good value for money and go the extra mile.

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And argument that I'm sure would be made by the 12am who employ

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relatives here. He's taken the snooker

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world by storm this week. Jackson Page crashes

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out of the Wales Open, but the teenager is right on cue

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for a bright future. We hear from the world champion

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tipping the teenager to conquer the snooker world.

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And they're masterpieces by some of the UK's

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most prominent 20th century artists -

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why this private collection has gone on public display.

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Well a new survey has found that in the last full financial year,

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families in Wales spend an average of ?447 a week.

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That's ?80 less than the UK average, according to the latest figures

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in the Family Spending Survey from the Office for National Statistics.

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Matt Murray has been to meet a family in Ceredigion to see how

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Ben and partner Joe and I arrive home after the weekly shop. They

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live in Newquay and have a two-year-old son. Then works as a

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boat mechanic and Joanna works in admin. Since having their son, they

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try to stick to a budget when they go shopping. Most of this offers

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around the pound mark, some stuff is around 60p. Then to be what they

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spend, but on average, its ?70 per week and that's just on essentials.

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Since we have had Thomas, we noticed that the shop has gone up. It is

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just the price of living, the price of the bare essentials, bread, milk,

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butter, meals, chicken. It has gone up in price. In Wales, the average

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weekly household spend is one of the lowest in Britain, at ?447, compared

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to the UK average of just under 520 9p. This family's weekly spend of

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?70 on food shopping is higher than the Welsh average which is ?53 20.

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For the majority of regions in this report from the Office of National

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Statistics, mortgages and rented the largest expenditures, along with

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other housing costs, including energy bills, with 59.50 spend an

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average of 37 day period. In ?63 30 cents a week on transport in Wales,

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but that is nearly ?10 less than the UK average. Margherita Niehaus is

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the mosts most outgoing. Electric is never getting cheaper. They are all

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going up. Look like there is also a cleaner living picture reflected

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throughout Wales, with average spent on alcohol and tobacco down by ?10

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70. Compare to the rest of the UK wages also down to just under ?12.

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With a three rule to entertain, that is the same for Ben and Joanna has

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they now focus on the essentials as they try to piece together their

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household budget. He's had an incredible week,

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but the dream is over The teenager from Ebbw Vale lost

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to world number four Judd Trump Jackson, who's taken

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the snooker world by storm, was entered as a wild card and two

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times world champion Mark Williams says it's vital

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young players like him are given an opportunity

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to break into the sport. global audience focuses on the man

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of the moment, under pressure like never before. Not that you could

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tell. COMMENTATOR: How about that. He made further progress than some

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of the biggest names in World Snooker in reaching the third round,

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world number four Judd Trump just too good in the end. COMMENTATOR:

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They just had a first taste of life in the souk spotlight and hopefully

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there will be many more to come. It has been great, I have loved every

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minute of it. The support from friends and family, everyone, it has

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been great. I cannot wait for next time. Commiserations? No chance. We

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came down here just thinking, we have a couple of days off work now,

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we will get through round one. My head was mostly down, because I

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could not watch. To get around to as well was just, we didn't think that

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would happen again. It was emotional. Even seeing him walk out

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on the big stage like that, you get a lump in your throat. 33

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tournaments a year on Sundays, every day over to the snooker hall, back

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at night. His friend had just passed his test, so he is driving him

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around now. His snooker job of choice. -- snooker club. He says

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practising here with the two-time world champion has certainly helped.

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I suppose you have to say that, because he plays my club and if you

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don't say nice things, they might chuck him out. I can remember when I

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was playing back of my age and I know how hard it was. I don't think

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there are many 15-year-olds in the world better than him. Probably a

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view as good in China, but if he keeps going, you have to keep

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improving, obviously, but he is on the right road and he will be helped

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no end by this tournament. Williams has called for the wild card system

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at the tournament to continue, it is what allowed some amateur players

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like Jackson to be selected to play at this level. These youngsters are

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inspired to become professionals, so why wouldn't you give them the Wales

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card. But at the Chinese, they have been given the wild card for five

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years and the turnout to be brilliant players. Opted for a

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revival of the sport in Wales. In general, in this country, snooker is

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slightly on the decline, so hopefully with Jackson doing so

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well, this will inspire kids to come back to the snooker halls and take

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up the sport. E have competed with the best on a big stage. Don't bet

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against him turning professional any time soon.

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So, Jackson's Wales Open is over, but one Welshman remains

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Lee Walker beat Graeme Dott to make it through to the last 16.

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Rugby and there's a break from the Six Nations this weekend,

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but news from the Wales camp is that lock Luke Charteris

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The 33-year-old, who's been recovering from a hand fracture,

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will be considered for selection for the match against Scotland

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As a boy, Ian Stout-sker was evacuated to his mum's hometown

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Decades on, it's his links with Wales which sees an exhibition

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of masterpieces he owns by some of the UK's most prominent

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20th century artists going on display at the

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It includes works by the likes of Francis Bacon, David Hockney

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Ian and his Mercedes have been speaking exclusively to our

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arts and media correspondent, Huw Thomas.

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A whole room filled with the finest examples of 20th-century art.

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The figures and faces are by some of the

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most familiar of artists and all collected by a couple passionate

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They include some of the best examples of

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Francis Bacon's paintings and one of Anthony Gormley's standing

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sculptures, cast in lead from the artist's own form.

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Ian and Mercedes bought many of these works before the

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artists were famous and well the collection is normally

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behind closed doors, it was Ian's links with Wales

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that encouraged him to loan them to the National Museum.

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His mother was from Tredegar and he was evacuated

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to the town from his London home during the war.

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My mother was born in 1894 in Tredegar, lived there

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for the first 25 years of her life and when I hear

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my mother's accent, I say, "I am back in Wales."

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Because that was my background and she never lost her

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love of Wales which she passed on to me.

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He is vice president and a financial backer of Cardiff's Royal

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Welsh College of Music and Drama, where the concert hall is named

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It is Mercedes he was the art buyer, with

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an eye for the up-and-coming painter, she bought early works by

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Lowry and Bacon for hundreds, when now they go for millions.

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I am happy for the artists that their prices

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went up, but as far as

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I'm concerned, I wish they never did, because I could on buying.

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Mercedes will tell you that she believes

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these should be shown and not hoarded for few.

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So, I felt if this was feeling that it should shown, it

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The couples' generosity means something

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is artists are on display in Cardiff for the first time.

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We are here in the Museum to inspire our visitors

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with the greatness of art and to show how

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terms of giving life, joy and meaning and value and be able to

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show such wonderful examples is really core

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The private collection is open to the public from Saturday and it

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will remain on show until January next year.

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Time for Derek to paint us the weather picture.

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A few places hit the dizzy heights 11 Celsius today.

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Staying on the mild side over the next few days, with daytime

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Dry in Neath today, with a little blue sky and sunshine.

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Not so nice, though, in the north-west with some rain

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Tonight, rain in parts of mid and north Wales will gradually ease.

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A few gaps in the cloud and remaining mild.

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Temperatures not falling much - six to eight Celsius.

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Tomorrow's chart shows high pressure over France.

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This cold front west of Ireland is heading our way.

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Here's the picture for 8am tomorrow morning.

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Plenty of cloud, but bright in places and feeling mild.

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Eight Celsisu in Bala with light winds.

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So, some reasonable weather tomorrow.

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A little sunshine, but cloud will increase during the afternoon

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Ten to 12 Celsius with a light to moderate breeze.

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In Flint and Deeside tomorrow - mostly cloudy and dry.

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It will be 11 Celsius in Shotton with a light breeze.

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A dry morning, turning damp in the afternoon.

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Ten Celsius in Haverfordwest with a south south-easterly breeze.

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Some mist and fog patches and another mild night.

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The chart for Saturday shows high pressure over the continent,

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with a weak cold front lying through Wales.

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Otherwise mostly dry and mild with a south

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Spots of drizzle, otherwise a lot of dry weather.

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Next week - mild and becoming windy.

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Turning colder later in the week with showers.

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The coroner investigating the death of 15-year-old Ashley Talbot,

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who was run over in the grounds of his school, said

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the inquest has identified issues of "grave concern".

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He will now make a report about the design and construction

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of Maesteg Comprehensive, so that lessons can be learnt.

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We'll be back after the BBC News at 10:30pm.

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From all of us on the programme, have a good evening.

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