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A body found in the ruins of a collapsed building
at Didcot Power Station has been identified as
Christopher Huxtable, from Swansea.
The 34-year-old had been missing since the collapse in February.
The MP for Swansea East, Carolyn Harris - says his family
have suffered mental torture for the last six months.
Rhiannon Wilkins reports.
The early hours of Wednesday morning
and the team searching for the three workers still missing
at the Didcot power station, form a guard of honour
as a body was found.
Thames Valley Police today confirmed it was formally identified
as Christopher Huxtable and sent their thoughts
to his family in Swansea, who are now being supported
by specially trained officers.
The family had previously criticised the rescue operation
for being too slow.
The MP for Swansea East Carolyn Harris today paid tribute
to Mr Huxtable.
My heart and my prayers go to the family who have been waiting
desperately for Christopher's body to be found.
They can now have closure.
They can say goodbye to Christopher and they can grieve his loss.
The building was due for demolition when it partially collapsed
in February killing Michael Collins from Teesside,
Ken Creswell and John Shaw, both from Rotherham,
are still missing.
The main section was brought down using exposes in July and the search
for the remaining men continues.
Around 100 protestors gathered in Cardiff
to voice their opposition to Wales' vote to leave
the European Union in June.
It was one of the demonstrations organised across several UK cities
by the group "March for Europe" - calling for stronger ties
with the EU.
But campaigners from the Leave side say the referendum result six weeks
ago must be accepted.
Yes, the vote went one way but there was
no alternative offered and, I think, in any democracy,
any decision is open to challenge.
We don't close down debate after general elections,
opposition parties continue to argue their case and I think that
it's absolutely right that people in this country continues to argue
the case for Britain's partnership with Europe.
What's important now is that we don't give tags to people.
We don't say "Brexiteers", we don't say people were "Remainders".
We actually all come together in the best interests of Britain
and, indeed, Europe.
By continuing to fight the referendum campaign
that was decided by the vote on June 23, actually,
is doing no one any favours.
The owners of the former Friction Dynamic site in Caernarfon
have been urged to develop the site before it falls
into further delapidation.
Plaid Cymru politicians, Hywel Francis and Sian Gwenllian
say they plan to meet with the new owners later
this month, and have called on them to bring skilled jobs to the site.
The 27-acre site has laid empty since the factory closed in 2008.
Arriva Trains Wales has been trialling a new system in Cardiff
today, to try and avoid long passenger queues for trains
after major events.
Both Central and Queen Street stations are being used,
for different destinations.
30,000 people were expected at the Principality Stadium
for the Monster Jam truck event today,
and Arriva wants to iron out
issues before 74,000 people attend the Champions League final next May.
War veteran and author, Eileen Younghusband
has died, at the age of 95.
She worked in the Filter Room - the secret hub of Britain's air
defence, during the second World War, tracking enemy aircraft.
She moved to Wales in 1984 and campaigned on health
and education issues -
earning her the British Empire Medal in 2012.
Her latest book for children was published
only weeks before her death.
Rugby, and Cardiff Blues take on Edinburgh in the Pro12
a little later tonight - but a disappointing afternoon
at home for the Scarlets.
They took on Munster - who were the better side -
beating them 13-23.
And in the football, in League Two Newport's game
was abandoned at half time because of a water-logged pitch
- a frustrating one for Barnet after scoring within 23 seconds -
the fastest goal scored in the English football
league this season, but it won't count when the game is replayed.
And in the National League it was a two-all draw for Wrexham
away to Maidstone United.
Let's take a look at the weather, and the wet and windy weather
will clear through the evening,
to leave occasionally clear spells,
and scattered - perhaps heavy - showers.
Further showers will develop in the north by dawn,
with temperatures down to around 13 Celsius.
Then tomorrow morning, we'll see scattered showers,
becoming fewer and further between with longer sunny spells
developing by the afternoon.
Top temperature 20 celsius.
That's Wales Today - I'll be back tomorrow
evening at ten to six, hope you can join me then,
but for now, thanks for watching, and enjoy your evening.