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They want out of the EU now, but Labour and Plaid Cymru

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unveil their plan for Brexit, insisting Wales must stay

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This is a combo key to divorce and as with all divorces, the detail has

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to be worked through and got right. Tonight UKIP dismiss

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Labour and Plaid's plan as a white flag of surrender

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to EU negotiators. Killed by a gunman

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on a Tunisian beach. Trudy Jones from Blackwood died

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from a single gunshot wound ?36 million for our youngest

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pupils to cut class sizes. All aboard for Wales'

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first bus summit - the country's coach operators

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try to map out a better service. Their most

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important three points Is this the victory that kick-starts

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Swansea City's season? Out of the drop zone, after

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a thrilling win over Liverpool. The First Minister and the leader

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of Plaid Cymru have today Carwyn Jones and Leanne Wood want

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the UK to continue to participate And they say workers from other

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European countries should be free But Ukip say today's White Paper

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is a white flag to Brussels. Here's our political

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correspondent Daniel Davies. Calling time on the UK's

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membership of the EU. Campaigners in Westminster

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today demanding a sharp Also there, but treading more

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slowly, Carwyn Jones and Leanne After Brexit, the First Minister

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wants to stay in this single market, so Welsh businesses

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don't face new barriers to trade. Well, what we are trying to do is to

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try to produce something that we believe will command the support

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of the majority of people, including the majority of people

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who voted to leave. When we leave the EU,

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we will also make sure we do not This is a complicated

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divorce and as with all divorces, the detail has to be

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worked through and got right. Outside the EU,

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in the single market. It accepts the EU rules

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on the free movement of people and workers should continue

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to enjoy the right to come to the UK after Brexit, Mr Jones says,

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if there is a job for them. Labour promised to talk

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to Plaid Cymru after failing to win a majority in last

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year's Assembly election. I would, as the leader

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Plaid Cymru, reject the premise that immigration

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is the cause of all our ills. It has been presented

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as that by some, but it isn't actually when you look at the

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facts and the evidence, the numbers But Theresa May has

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a different agenda and in her big Brexit speech last week,

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she said she wanted to reclaim But I want to be clear,

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what I am proposing cannot mean membership

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of the single market. She and the First Minister disagree

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on other things, too. No more vast payments

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to the EU, says But the Welsh Government

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says it's worth paying Mrs May says the devolved

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assembly won't lose power after Brexit,

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but the Welsh Government has called for changes

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to And the UK Government says it wants

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to guarantee the rights of EU citizens living here,

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but the Welsh Government says that We believe that we can get access

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to the single market. We are optimistic,

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we are ambitious, but of course, holding onto

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bits of being member of the European Union can

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to be the case, because

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by being a member of the single market,

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we have to except free movement of people

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and it is frustration and anger sometimes about the free movement

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of people that has led to many people voting to leave

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the European Union. Neil Hamilton, Ukip's

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leader in the Assembly. Unimpressed by the proposals

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of these to Remain campaigners. It's not so much

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a white paper, but a white flag of surrender to the EU

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before the negotiations have If Theresa May were to

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take this blueprint to Brussels, then the EU would get

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everything that they wanted and it would mean that we weren't actually

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leaving the EU in any meaningful Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru

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say they respect the referendum vote to leave,

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but they have made clear their preferred Brexit would change

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things as little as possible. Our parliamentary correspondent

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David Cornock is in Westminser. David, what do you think Theresa May

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and those negotiating Britain's exit It was slightly unusual today to see

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to Welsh political opponents come to Westminster to launch this official

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Welsh Government document. Slightly unusual, too, as he saw there to

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have the leader of the UK in Wales heckling in the audience. You might

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think the timing is also a bit odd, because this comes less than six

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days, less than a week, after we had to have the leader of the UK in

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Wales heckling in the audience. You might think the timing is also a bit

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odd, because this comes less than six days, less than a week, after we

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heard Theresa May rule out membership of the single market. A

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clear difference there with the Welsh Government and if the Welsh

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Government is going to get its way, this is going to do anything other

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than gather dust, they will have to clearly convinced the Prime Minister

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to change her mind. The indications are that once Theresa May makes up

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her mind, she is not really one for changing it. This document will be

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discussed in a meeting with other devolved ministers and UK ministers

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earlier this month. Before then, tomorrow, we will get the result

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from the Supreme Court, which will decide whether MPs have to pass a

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new lobby for the Brexit talks can begin on the Welsh Government as

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part of that process. It thinks that assembly members should have a say

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An inquest into the death of a woman from Blackwood,

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who was killed by an islamist gunman on a Tunisian beach,

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has heard she died from a single gunshot wound to her neck and chest.

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Trudy Jones was one of 30 Britons killed at a resort

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The inquest into their deaths is taking place at the Royal Courts

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Judy Jones children arriving at a court in Cardiff today to watch the

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inquest via video link and to get answers about why their mother died

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on a beach in Tunisia. She was targeted by Islamist who began his

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murderous rampage on the beach. The inquest has been shown this map of

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his movements made by British police. On the day, there is a

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protein is the police response and persecuted. He prowled the grounds

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and carders of a nearby hotel. He killed 38 people, including 30

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Britons. Today, we learned that Mrs Jones died from a single gunshot

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wound to her neck and chest. The gunman was eventually killed. Her

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family through to BBC Wales last year after a service at Westminster

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Abbey. I can't believe this has happened in our lives. She was edgy

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treasure, always will be. I love her and miss her dearly every second of

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my life. She was wonderful. We go round and round, why did she do

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that? What if she had done that? What if she was in the pool? None of

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us have dealt with it. We can't change it. The court was shown as

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3-D animation of the resort. Each person was shown where they were

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shot. The inquest heard there was chaos during the attack. Carol

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Powell who was on holiday with Judy Jones, was at the pool, Trudy was at

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the beach. She described a terrible explosion and gunfire. She began to

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run. She eventually played out in a car park to save her own life. She

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says she identified Trudy's body from her distinctive male varnish.

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Trudy Jones worked in this care home. The bench has been placed here

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as a memorial. She dedicated her life to helping others. Today the

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inquest heard she made a positive impact on everybody. Hundreds of

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people attended her funeral in Blackwood. Her family say her death

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was an act of senseless violence. Her family say her death was an act

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of senseless violence. A woman who plotted to let

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a paedophile rape her seven-year-old daughter has been

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jailed for nine years The woman, who can't be

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named for legal reasons, to protect her daughter's identity,

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made plans via text messages He was jailed for 13 years,

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after the pair were found guilty A man who released cats

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from an animal sanctuary so his dogs could hunt them down and kill them

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has been sentenced to 30 months Swansea Crown Court heard

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18-year-old Frank Lewis stole ten cats from Ty Nant sanctuary

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in the Afan Valley, Lewis admitted burglary and criminal

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damage at an earlier hearing. How many children should

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be taught in a class? It's a regular concern

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for teachers and parents. Now a ?36 million fund

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is being set up, with the aim of reducing class sizes for children

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who are seven and under. Starting with the largest classes,

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the new money will be targeted at schools where there are high

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levels of deprivation and low Our education correspondent

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Colette Hume has the story. Our education correspondent

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Colette Hume has the story. In this primary school in Swansea,

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these children are in the foundation It's one of many schools in Wales

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with large infant classes. Think it would be really beneficial

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to have smaller classes and I think you would be far more effective

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for children to learn if there were The new ?36 million fund

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aims to reduce class Education Secretary Kirsty Williams

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says parents and teachers have Listening to teachers and parents,

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we know that class sizes are a major concern for them and there

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is growing evidence to suggest by targeting money anyway

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that they are doing, it will make a difference

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to At the moment, just

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over 8,000 infants children are taught in classes

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of more than 30 here in Wales. The money will be

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targeted at the biggest classes first and then

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at schools with high levels of deprivation

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or schools which have a significant

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number of children with Children like Wills and Lexie,

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who both have cerebral palsy. Their parents have

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welcomed the decision. Smaller class sizes for him

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would mean he'd be able to get I think it would reduce

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behaviours in the class, so teachers would have more time

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to focus on teaching. I think the tutor would have

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more quality time with children, being able

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to support them better. I think it would ease the burden

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and the workload for that But today's announcement

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hasn't been met with The Welsh Conservatives

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say there isn't enough spent on recruiting new teachers

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and improving school leadership. The teaching union ITAC has urged

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Welsh Government to go further and reduce the size of all

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classes in all age groups. I think with the statement

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we have had this morning, we would like to call

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on the Government to put 25 as a statutory limit for

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class sizes in Wales. Local authorities will now be able

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to bid for funding, which will be spread over the next four years

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and is limited to infant pupils. The question now is,

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will smaller class sizes make a real difference to how

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well our youngest children learn? Tomorrow we will bring you the

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annual report card on the state of our schools from the inspection

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We'll have more on that at 6:30pm tomorrow.

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A community regeneration project in Port Talbot has had its funding

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terminated by the Welsh Government, following an investigation that

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provided strong evidence of financial irregularities.

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NSA Afan had provided a variety of services for people

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in the most disadvantaged areas of Neath Port Talbot as part

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Our reporter Ben Price is there for us this evening.

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It is a charity based here in the sand feels area of Port Talbot and

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it had been funded by the Welsh Government to deliver communities

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first programmes. Before Christmas, the charity had its funding

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suspended amid allegations of a misuse of public money. Today the

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Cabinet Secretary for communities announced that that funding has been

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stopped following a Welsh Government investigation, which he said found

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strong evidence of financial irregularities and raise questions

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about the charity 's ability to manage public money. Now South Wales

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Police has also carried out its own separate investigation and as a

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result of that if you weeks ago, a 35-year-old woman was arrested and

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bailed on suspicion of theft. We do not know how whether that Welsh

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Government investigation and the decision today has anything to do

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with the police and their own separate investigation. What I can

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say is this is clearly a big load the community and having spoke

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earlier with two of the chief executives of the council, he told

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me they will be working closely with the Welsh Government to see whether

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or not some of these services can be provided in future. Keep us posted.

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There's not been much to cheer about for Swansea City fan,

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but could their stunning win over Liverpool be the start of a revival?

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And the lost film from childhood, which inspired the director who went

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on to work on The Italian Job, James Bond and Superman.

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Bus travel is big business in Wales, which is why the first

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Bus Summit has been held today to improve the service.

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At the moment, it's worth ?80 million a year to the economy,

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with around 4,000 people working in the sector.

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And there's 105 million passengers using buses every year.

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It's part of a five point plan to help the industry,

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which was shaken by the collapse of several firms last year.

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When Wrexham-based GHA coaches went out of business last

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July, 300 jobs were lost and services were disrupted.

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Other firms took over most, but some routes, like the 146

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between Richurch and Wrexham, saw a large drop in frequency.

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I've come to the Rainbow Centre in Penley, one of the stops

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along the 146 route, to find out how people

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in the surrounding communities have been affected by the reduction in

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bus services from 11 to just four a day.

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There's a bus every ten minutes from Wrexham to Chester.

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Who's going to be on all of those buses?

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One of the main arterial routes into Wrexham and

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there should be a decent bus service to reflect that.

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Some thought needs to go into it now about a timetable

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that is appropriate, really, for people's needs.

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The Bus Summit is one of five steps the Welsh Government reccommended

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to strengthen the industry and prevent disruption to routes

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It's also appointing bus co-ordinators in

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North and South Wales to develop good practice.

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73% of journeys on buses are carried out on a

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That still means that almost a quarter of passenger

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journeys are carried out on the concessionary basis.

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I want to make sure that we get more passengers on those

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buses to drive up the sustainability of them.

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But one of the Welsh Government schemes to give discounted bus

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travel to 16-18 year olds will come to an end in March.

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Back in Penley, one student feels like she's missing out.

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All my friends go to college and they obviously can get

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to Wrexham really easily from where they live and making go

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backwards and forwards whenever they want,

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which is something we can't have here at all.

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Industry leaders at the summit say they need support if they're to give

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Bus operators, to give certainty, need to understand that

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funding is going to be available, in the medium to long term.

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They need to understand what is going on on

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the highways, what the congestion will be like.

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And all these things need to come together if we are really

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going to deliver excellent bus services day in, day out.

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More financial help is being made available to councils and bus

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operators if they can come up with robust plans to provide a fair

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All roads lead to tonight's sport now with Claire.

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It's their most important win in their

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Premier League history, that's according to the former Wales

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striker Iwan Roberts, after Swansea City lifted themselves

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out of the Premier League drop zone following a thrilling

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Coach Paul Clement says he's now looking to strengthen his squad

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further before the transfer window shuts a week tomorrow.

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COMMENTATOR: Carroll is into the penalty area.

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COMMENTATOR: Paul Clement has led Swansea to their

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Not many sites coming, Swansea favourites to get relegated before

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the game, now there is renewed hope they can survive. Their most

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important three points in their Premier League history. I have seen

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them win at Old Trafford, on a couple of occasions at the Emirates,

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but to go to Liverpool, never won there in the week before and come

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away with three points, it was an outstanding defensive performance.

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Swansea had just three chances on target. They scored three times. His

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side, the first to be Liverpool at Anfield in the 18 league games. No

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doubt who are the most popular at the club shop having been linked

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with other clubs, both these players say they expect to stay. Cigarettes

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and is the glue that holds the team together. We need to add to the

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squad, not take away. We were really chuffed that they won and they came

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out now at the bottom so hopefully they can keep going up now. Swansea

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city don't play again until a week tomorrow. That's when Southampton

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will be the visitors here. The same night as transfer deadline day.

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Manager Paul Clement wants to bring in new players and he says he is

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prepared to work right up until that 11 o'clock deadline doing

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last-minute deals. Following Swansea's worried into chaos this

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season, many fans feared their place among just football's elite was

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coming to an end. But after Saturday the first ever league victory at

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Anfield, many opened will prove to a turning point.

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Rugby and with the start of the Six Nations less

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Wales' Women have named a 32 player squad for the tournament.

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Like Rob Howley's men, the women start their campaign away to Italy.

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They've won four from four since Rowland Phillips took over

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including yesterday's friendly against Ireland.

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Hooker Carys Phillips, who's Rowland's daughter,

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I know the ability of this group and I know the quality

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we have within this group, but I think the key

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on the ground, work hard and not look too far ahead.

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A lot of things we need to improve, but I think

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showing that we are going in the right direction and, you know,

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The Ospreys became the first team in European rugby history to claim

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maximum points form their six pool games at the weekend.

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Their bonus point win over Newcastle means they are the first team ever

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to register 30 points from the pool stages.

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They face French club, Stade Francais in the quarterfinals

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The Blues are also through, they'll travel to Gloucester

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A winding up order, issued against London Welsh, has been

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Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs had applied for the Exiles to be

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wound up, because of an unpaid tax bill, of more than ?90,000.

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But the case was dismissed, after the Judge learned

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that the club entered voluntary liquidation last month.

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Wales has a new world Champion in bowls.

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Jason Greenslade, from Penarth, won the World Indoor Pairs Bowls

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title this afternoon, alongside his English team-mate

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Jason produced the perfect shot, with his last bowl of the match,

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They beat Welsh duo Dan Salmon and Damian Doubler -

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And finally, former Wales Captain Sam Warburton has

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been speaking today, for the first time since losing

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You can hear what he has to say in our late

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That's it from me. Jamie.

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A film-maker, who worked on the Italian Job and Superman,

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has sought out the film, which inspired him

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when he was a school boy at Llandovery College in the 50s.

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David Wynn-Jones, who now lives in Surrey, says he always remembered

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the film made by older boys at the school.

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It was found in the attic of the man who made it.

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Mr Wynn-Jones now wants more people to come forward with memories

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Is it? Yeah, it's just full of cars.

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Today's Llandovery College pupils comparing

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notes with an old Llandoverian, film-maker David Wynn Jones.

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The film shows everyday life in the school, rugby,

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cricket, getting dressed up in their Sunday best,

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but despite the more than 60 years that have passed, the

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From we still play rugby a lot, cricket, we still have a game

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against Brecon and whistled across country.

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And even the track of the cross-country is still the same.

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What's really nice, towards the end of the film, I

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saw that a lot of pupils were leaving on the train.

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That doesn't really happen this often, but it

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The one obvious thing that we haven't

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spoken about is, obviously, there are no girls in that film.

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No, it's a bit odd, actually, looking at it,

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because obviously nowadays, I walk around and I just see all my

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friends, girl friends, not just boy friends.

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And tracking down this long-lost film became a passion for

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David Wynn Jones, He has worked in the film industry for

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years on blockbuster hits like Superman,

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the Italian Job and James Bond, but he never forgot the film

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he saw while he was a schoolboy at Llandovery College.

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In 1958, two boys had made this film and I saw it and I was quite

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I was film mad and I used to work at the local cinema and

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There was one shot there I always remember was the

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carpenters working on the greenhouse and they should from inside at his

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carpenters working on the greenhouse and they shoot from inside at his

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face and I thought, "Oh, that's good."

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And David now hopes that this film will encourage other former pupils

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to contribute to a digital archive of the school.

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Anybody who has anything, any pictures, anything, I

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just want to borrow it, copy it and then it'll all be returned.

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The film gives a glimpse into the past of a

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school that has been here for more than 150 years and David is hoping

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that it will help secure more memories for future generations.

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Let's see what the weather picture looks like.

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We started the day on a pretty foggy notes, but soon enough, most of us

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started to see some lovely winter sunshine. Through the night we will

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see the fog reforming and that could cause some problems. The Met office

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has issued a yet though HS2 yellow weather warning. Do leave plenty of

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time tomorrow morning. Further west, not too many problems with fog.

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Getting down to minus one Celsius. How pressure still in charge of our

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weather. But that it is another fairly settled day. Looking forward

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to a lots of fairly dry weather. Leave time for a shower, perfect

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visibility with dense fog. Further north not too much fog, a bit of

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cloud first thing. Not too cold either along coastal areas. A bit

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blustery along the coast. Head further south still and it will be

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milder compared with areas inland and the wins will be later in the

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south-west. As we go through the day, the fog will lift. We can look

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forward to some brightness. The cloud will increase from the west

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through the day. That cloud could be big enough to produce the odd spot

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of drizzle, mainly on the health. Temperatures getting up to about

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10,000 years. A lot more quiet around compared with tonight. That

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will act like a blanket. Tempter is not dropping too much. Not too many

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problems with mist and fog through tomorrow night into early hours of

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Wednesday morning. A bit blustery again along those coastal areas. As

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we head into Wednesday, high pressure hanging on. Over a mainland

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Europe, controlling our weather. Low pressure to be west of us. And with

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that, a pretty blustery day through Wednesday. We can look forward to

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more winter sunshine, with temperatures getting up to around

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nine Celsius. UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael

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Fallon has refused to reveal details of what happened

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during a Trident test last June. It is reported that a missile went

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off course, but the UK Government Labour and Plaid Cymru have joined

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forces to publish their plan They want the UK to stay

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in the single market and say European workers should

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keep their right to come I'll have an update

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for you here at 8pm and again That's Wales Today,

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thank you for watching. from all of us on the

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programme, good evening.

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