25/09/2016 BBC Wales Today


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The First Minister and Welsh Labour leader, Carwyn Jones,


has launched an appeal for party unity.


Speaking to the Labour conference in Liverpool, Mr Jones warned


members that they have to start treating one another with respect


after what he said had been bitter days for the party.


From Liverpool, our Paliamentary Correspondent, David


The leadership election may be over, but 24 hours after Jeremy Corbyn


defeated Owen Smith, the debate about the


The Welsh Labour leader used his conference speech


Conference, we have no hope of creating an open,


tolerant country if we can't do the same within our own party.


If we really want to shape what a post-Brexit Britain looks


like, we have to start treating one another with respect.


Writing for the Sunday Times, he went further.


Warning that the battle for the soul of post-Brexit Britain won't be won


by what he called a paranoid political movement, more


concerned with rooting out traitors than the economy.


There are party members who are not aligned with anybody who I think got


And focus on the one issue, which is not how can we have a go


at somebody else within our own party, but how can we get


Carwyn Jones said opponents of the leadership shouldn't sulk.


A message reinforced by members of Jeremy Corbyn's


We've just had a gap year from cents and reality.


Now he wants to concentrate on giving unity a chance


But some Owen Smith supporters says Jeremy Corbyn still needs to change.


It's up to Jeremy to ensure he can visit everybody that he is worthy


He is fully convinced the membership and I welcome that.


And I think he is in the process of making sure


the Parliamentary Labour Party is on board.


Jeremy Corbyn may have won a decisive victory,


but there is still plenty in his party here who have doubts


about whether he can lead Labour into Government.


Concern is growing for a teenager from Wrexham who hasn't been seen


The 14-year-old was last seen getting off


Today her parents joined police to appeal for information.


I would just like to say, Kelsey, please come home.


For those people on Facebook, I just want to say thanks for the shares.


The last confirmed sighting of Kelsey is at 8:30


Where she bought a bread roll using some loose change that


At the time, she was wearing an olive green bomber


jacket, black leggings, white trainers and she was carrying a


Since that time, neither her family or


friends have had any contact from her.


So, first and foremost I am appealing to Kelsey directly.


Kelsey, if you are listening, please get in contact with either your


You are not in trouble and your mum and dad just want to home safely.


Wales' Economy Secretary has told BBC Wales that the free movement


of people into the UK cannot be allowed to continue when Britain


Ken Skates says free access to the single


market is important, while, at the same time,


accepting that voters in June's referendum had raised concerns


about a lack of control over immigration.


Tributes have been paid to a 50-year-old woman from Anglesey


who died in a crash near Bangor at lunchtime on Friday.


Susan Jane Owen from Pentreberw was in a BMW which collided


with a Volkswagen van on the B-45-47 near Pentir.


It's believed an item fell from the roof of the


Mrs Owen's family said she was a special friend to all.


Police have confirmed a 38-year-old cyclist who was found


unconscious on a main road in Gwynedd yesterday died


at Minffordd near Penrhyndeudraeth at around


North Wales Police say there were no apparent suspicious circumstances.


The Former Wales International footballer, Mel Charles,


He played for Swansea, Cardiff and Arsenal


and in 1958 was a member of the Wales team that reached


He was also the younger brother of the legendary


Cliff Jones said he was a special talent.


Rugby and it was a good night for both Welsh teams playing


The Scarlets secured their first win of the season beating Connaght


17-8 and the Cardiff Blues beat Zebre by 23-21.


Let's take a quick look at the weather


and it will remain breezy overnight with blustery showers.


By dawn, outbreaks of rain will spread eastwards again


Tomorrow morning rain accross most of the country and strong winds.


That's all for now, our next bulletin will be straight


Have a good evening, hwyl fawr, goodbye.


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