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BBC News
May 30, 2017 8:30pm BST
the bbc wales leaders‘ debate. applause good evening, noswaith dda, a warm welcome to the sse swalec stadium in the heart of the welsh capitalfor a special live election debate, and welcome to people across the uk watching on the bbc news channel. this is where we'll be spending the next 90 minutes, testing the pledges and ambitions of five political parties in wales. as voters prepare to visit the polling stations on thursday of next week, we'll be exploring some of the biggest issues featuring in this campaign, from the challenges of the brexit process ahead to the questions raised by the terrible events in manchester last week. we asked the five main parties in wales to nominate a leading representative to take part in tonight's debate. joining us tonight here in cardiff for labour we have first minister carwynjones. for plaid cymru we have their leader leanne wood. for the conservatives we have the welsh assembly member darren millar, and we're grateful to him for appearing as the leader of the welsh conservatives, andrew rt davies, and the secretary of state, alun cairns,
BBC News
Feb 24, 2017 6:45pm GMT
are starting with scotland against wales. if you are wondering why we are here tonight it is because the woman's scotla nd tea m tonight it is because the woman's scotland team are playing well. —— playing wales. the under 20s are playing wales. the under 20s are playing later on as well. joining me to preview the lavatory championships is scotland all time record points scorer chris paterson. chris, what is from me too, what think? outstanding. some cracking by. think? outstanding. some cracking rugby. a great fixture in cardiff. wales played well. england know how to win and they came through and one. ireland had a great victory. a physical battle in paris. scotland picked up a couple of injuries. physical battle in paris. scotland picked up a couple of injurieslj suppose picked up a couple of injuries.” suppose the big talking point coming out of the scotland camp is the fact that greig laidlaw has picked up the ankle injury. how big a loss as that? he is a massive loss for his leadership and understanding. he directed him well. he gets goals in 85-90% directed him well. he
BBC News
Apr 25, 2017 5:00pm BST
south wales. the prime minister urges welsh voters to drop what she calls tribal politics and to back the conservatives ahead of the brexit talks. a vote for any other party would be a vote for a weak and failing jeremy corbyn, propped up by a coalition of chaos which would risk our national future. we'll have the latest on the prime minister's visit. and we'll be talking to the first minister of wales, labour's ca rwyn jones. the other main stories on bbc news at 5pm... on brexit, labour spells out its policy guaranteeing the rights of eu citizens living in the uk if labour wins power. the liberal democrat leader tim farron answers questions about his attitude towards homosexuality. i don't believe gay sex is a sin. i take the view that as a political leader, myjob is not to pontificate on theological matters. sir elton john cancels a number of us shows. he's recovering from a potentially deadly bacterial infection. ivanka trump takes to the international stage, defending herfather‘s record on women's rights at a summit in berlin. and, ten years after natascha kampusch fled to
BBC News
Mar 10, 2017 6:45pm GMT
confusing tactics against england. since scotland got that big win over wales and ireland kept alive their title hunt with the dominant performance over france. the drama kicks off again here the night in cardiff, welcome to inside six nations. welcome to friday night rugby here in cardiff. we are under the roof of the principality stadium, the music is arm and friday night vibe isjust getting started. ireland know only a win will do to give themselves the best chance of lifting this trophy again. iamjoined best chance of lifting this trophy again. i am joined by former irish captain, keith wood who will be lending his expertise. before we speak to you, thank you for coming to talk to us, let's look at some of the highlights from week three including those italian confusing tactics that had england so rattled. the first home appearance of the championship for ireland. try given. ireland when the one tried. their title challenge is still alive. scotland at home against wales. two leigh halfpenny. lee williams, first try of the game. scotland make it under lee groves. the middle weekend of t
BBC News
Jun 5, 2017 3:30am BST
wales's voice being heard at all is pretty much nil i would say. the only way wales's needs are going to be on the agenda as we leave the european union, the only way our farming industry is going to be taken farming industry is going to be ta ken account farming industry is going to be taken account of, the only way the £680 million we currently get as redistributed wealth from the european union to wales, the only way we can get those guarantees is if we got some people there in westminster fighting for the welsh interests. theresa may has a very clear idea as to where she wants to goi clear idea as to where she wants to go i think in terms of brexit, she was either a very hard brexit or she is prepared to walk away with no deal at all. either of those scenarios would be bad news for wales. plaid cymru has putjobs at the heart of everything we do and said in terms of the brexit negotiations. we have 200,000 jobs that are reliant on tariff free access to the single market. we have to have plaid cymru mps there to defend those jobs, but not only defend those jobs, but not only
BBC News
Mar 14, 2017 9:00pm GMT
evening. to what extent is there a conversation now in wales that it should examine its future in terms of independence? well, without a shadow of a doubt, this is the time we should be discussing this, just as the prime minister, theresa may talks about forging a new relationship with europe and the rest of the world, surely now is the time also for a discussion to be happening between these four nations and forging a new relationship amongst ourselves. is that about a sense of nationalism 7 amongst ourselves. is that about a sense of nationalism? or are there ha rd facts sense of nationalism? or are there hard facts backing that up? of course, there are hard facts backing that up. we have devolution, our own assembly in wales. we need to work out a working relationship between westminster and the assemblies and parliaments of wales, scotland and northern ireland. that is a partnership of equals. now you've said that wales currently sells more goods to the european single market thanit goods to the european single market than it imports, with the potential to build on this in the
BBC News
Apr 25, 2017 4:00pm BST
the general election, telling supporters in wales that every vote would strengthen her hand in the brexit negotiations. give mea give me a mandate to lead britain. give me a mandate to lead britain. give me a mandate to lead britain. give mea give me a mandate to lead britain. give me a mandate to lead britain. give me a mandate to lead britain. give me a mandate to speak for britain, to fight for britain, and give mea britain, to fight for britain, and give me a mandate to deliver for britain. labour sets out its approach to brexit if it wins the general election, pledging to unilaterally guarantee the rights of eu citizens already in the uk a number of celebrities settle phone hacking claims on day one of a labour government we will guarantee that all eu nationals currently living in the uk will see no change in their legal status as a result of britain leaving the eu. a number of celebrities settle phone hacking claims with mirror group newspapers, with some pay—outs exceeding a £250,000. in the next hour, president trump's daughter makes her first international trip since be
BBC News
Dec 19, 2016 2:30am GMT
that the uk government would still have the power to overturn laws made in wales. we have been discussing this legislation. it can be wiped out, any part of it, primary, secondary, tertiary, whatever it may be, it can be wiped out by a minister without any consultation with anyone at the national assembly of wales. here to explain the challenges facing politicians in scotland and wales are our wales correspondent and our scotland correspondent. david, starting with scotland, it's the first budget in which scotland has been allowed to set income tax. what have they done with these new powers? they've looked at them and said, we will fine—tune them. they are essentially sticking to what the uk government is doing. the basic rate of tax will remain at 20%, but as we heard in that clip, when you start paying higher rate tax, they are putting the threshold up by inflation and no more. so if you are a higher rate taxpayer in scotland, you will start paying the higher rate tax a bit earlier than you would be in england. these powers come into effect in april next year, so from then,
BBC News
Nov 10, 2017 11:45pm GMT
champions in tonight's friendly. more disappointment for wales, soundly beaten by france in their friendly in paris. and england's women continue their battle for the ashes, edging day two of the must win test in sydney. lots of sport to tell you about. first, wales were playing in their first game since missing out on the world cup play offs, but a trip to paris without gareth bale proved a step up too far as they were beaten 2—0 by france. nick parrott was watching this one for us. a month after their world cup dreams endedin a month after their world cup dreams ended in a nightmare, wales came to paris looking for a pick me up. the result against france boasting a strong attacking side, it would be some achievement. unsurprisingly wales were on the back foot for much of the match. the pace and touch taught them to pieces, but wayne hennessy kept them out. that should have boosted the crystal palace‘s goalkeeper‘s confidence, but he slipped up. while france boasted flair, wales relied on experience. their second most capped player making his 80 appearance. but the defender
PBS
Feb 19, 2011 12:00am PST
men aloud! britain's favorite choir, live at wales's premier venue, the wales millennium center. although we are relatively young, as a choir -- we're only 10 years old, in fact -- the tradition we come from spans centuries. i'm talking of the welsh male choir tradition, which is renowned internationally for its excellence and its roots. and in this program, you'll hear a whole variety of repertoire, with some very special guests. ladies and gentlemen, it's bryn terfel. ♪ it ain't necessarily so ♪ it ain't necessarily so ♪ da t'ings that you're liable to read in the bible ♪ ♪ oh, it ain't necessarily so ♪ little david was small, but, oh, my ♪ ♪ little david was small, but, oh, my ♪ ♪ he fought big goliath, who lay down and dieth ♪ ♪ little david was small, but, oh, my ♪ ♪ wa do ♪ wa do zimbaboloo ♪ ♪ zimbaboloo ooh la la la la la ♪ ♪ ooh la la la la la scaniwa ♪ ♪ scaniwa ♪ yeah ♪ oh, jonah, he lived in a whale ♪ ♪ oh, jonah, he lived in a whale ♪ ♪ for he made his home in that fish's abdomen ♪ ♪ oh, jonah, he lived in a
BBC News
Jun 2, 2017 2:00pm BST
election, with wales as one of the key battle grounds. labour won 25 of the 40 seats in 2015, with the conservatives in second on 11. let's get the latest on how voters are feeling and cross to newport, and speak to our correspondent tomos morgan. newport, a key battle ground because this is one area, two constituencies here, the tories are trying to take from labour. an early polls say that up from labour. an early polls say that up to 11 of labour's seat in the general election will be offered grabs. more recent polls say labour are back in control and will hold onto those 25 seats. there are battle ground is all across wales. but what are the key issues facing voters in wales, what are they voting on? we had an assembly election last year, key policy areas like health and education are devolved. i have asked people what the main issues are for them, and what are the key issues coming out on occasions are brexit and voting on occasions are brexit and voting on the leader they want in westminster. let me go over to professor catherine farrell, what are the other policy areas that
BBC News
Jun 26, 2017 6:50pm BST
is the price for whatever is contained in this package. the first minister of wales, carwynjones, told my colleague huw edwards that the deal was unfair — and said more money should now be given to wales, scotland and the english regions. this is cash for votes. this is ten mps, their support being bought in the house of commons and it is a straight forward bung to northern ireland. i don't begrudge the people of northern ireland money, but we have a situation where austerity will end in northern ireland and continue in england, wales and scotland. is it the case that the prime minister has perfect right and jurisdiction to make these spending decisions beyond what we call the barnett formula, which is the foundation for spending in the devolved nangss, do you accept that as a principle? not if she cares about the united kingdom as a whole. if we ask for money, we are told we have it. the scots are told the same thing. but perhaps patients are worth more to theresa may than those in england and scotland. we have rules and the rules have been broken. it can only lead to ill feel
BBC News
Feb 13, 2017 6:00pm GMT
to address the problems facing prisons in england and wales. she acknowledged that re—offending rates were too high but warned against, what she called, "dangerous quick fix solutions". our home editor mark easton looks at the challenges in dealing with offenders injail. the presence of england and wales are struggling to keep control. most of them are registered as overcrowded. if we take the long view and go back to 1900 we can see how the present population has been rising for more than a century. it has doubled in the last quarter of a century. 0bviously, has doubled in the last quarter of a century. obviously, the population has risen but the proportionjailed in 1901 was 86 out of 100,000 people, today it is more than double. british incarceration rates are the highest in western europe. france lock up far fewer, italy and germany lower still. in scandinavian countries present is used much more rarely. why have our present numbers doubled in recent decades when crime has halved? commenting on the jail population figures, labour's shadow attorney general recently said it was
BBC News
Jan 1, 2017 2:30pm GMT
for the other home nations, well, plenty of tales to tell from their summer holidays. with wales, northern ireland, and england all making it to the european championship in france, hopes were high for a summer to remember. but at times those memories were threatened with being tarnished, violence on the streets involving england fans a worrying reminder for them of tournaments gone by. on the pitch, disappointingly, it was the same story. a late russian equaliser in marseille set the tone for another tournament to forget. a horrible, horrible end to the night. but whilst they were underachieving, northern ireland and wales, well, they were far exceeding expectations. 2—0, niall mcginn! for both, it was a first european championship. and they were going to enjoy it. bale for wales! even a late, late defeat against england could not stop the wales journey. a rare high note for england, but it was wales who carried on the song. ramsey, on side, aaron ramsey with a dink, and wales have the lead! ramsey, weaving it through to bale, he is onside, surely this time... wales 3, russia
BBC News
Oct 6, 2017 11:45pm BST
up in the programme: tom lawrence fires wales to a big win in georgia as they move a step closer to the world cup finals. ireland stick with them, eating moldova at 2—0 to stay third in group d. and get ready for the super league grand final as castleford ta ke league grand final as castleford take on seven—time winners leeds tomorrow. let's get straight to the foot all world cup qualifiers. it has been a fantastic and penultimate round of group d games. already tight in the top three. wales and the republic of ireland are second and third respectively. both needed to win and they both delivered. ireland winning 2-0 at they both delivered. ireland winning 2—0 at home to moldova and wales seeing off georgia for the first time. so it's all down to monday. wales and ireland separated by the narrowest of channels. a point between them at a match between them still to go. this time the dragon had to win. without gareth bale this was a test of wales the collective. they created plenty in the first half without getting a goal which would settle the butterflies and with every passing
BBC News
May 30, 2017 6:00am BST
hello this is breakfast with dan walker in llandudno in north wales. we are nine days away from the general election so we decided it was a good idea to bring breakfast to north wales and the beach. we are live in llandudno this morning. we are on the road! good morning, i'm here with the bbc breakfast butte van. i'll be talking to businesses and workers about what will get their vote. i'm at the magnificent castle here in wales. we'll hear how it will be punching above its weight when it comes to the results in this general election. good morning it's tuesday 30th may. i'm louise minchin, the main headlines this morning. the female keeper killed by a tiger at a zoo in cambridgeshire is named as 33 year old rosa king. hundreds of people attend a vigil to mark a week since the manchester bombing; the city's victoria station has reopened this morning. no head to head butjeremy corbyn and theresa may face a studio audience and a grilling. in sport, huddersfield town are in the premier league. they beat reading in a dramatic penalty shoot out to win the championship playoff final. and m
BBC News
Mar 12, 2017 4:30pm GMT
, week in, week out investigates what life is like for families living on walesmost polluted streets. it is sam and rush—hour on a cold january morning. time to eat breakfast. for families living on this street, it's the start of another day. daisy, would you get your boots on, please. but some lives here are farfrom normal. this is the most polluted street in the uk outside london. the pollution from traffic here is regularly breaking legal limits. i've lived here for nearly a0 years, and the traffic, every year, you can see it getting worse and worse and worse. it's just beyond a joke. it's two weeks into 2017, and hafodyrynys road near crumlin is about to use up its entire air pollution limit for the year. you don't want your children growing up being poorly. you want them to grow up being safe. you want them to be able to go out their front door and not be in danger of anything. and that's just not happening at moment. the poor quality air, dust and noise from traffic on this road is something people living here have long been used to. neil's wife dawn has lived here al
BBC News
Oct 3, 2017 6:30pm BST
testing positive for cocaine. no gareth bale for wales and the world cup qualifiers, an injury means he is ruled out for matches against georgia and the republic of ireland. and for the first time the england women cricketers are ranked world number one, the captain says the ashes series will be a close contest. plenty to come in an action packed sportsday but we'll start with the news that wales will be without their star player, gareth bale, for theirfinal world cup qualifiers against georgia and the republic of ireland over the next week. and dan evans is to face a ban after testing positive for cocaine. we learnt about that earlier this year at quite an emotional press conference. it is something that he has been quite upfront about? he was quick to admit that he had cocaine in his system. the first part of his defence was to convince the international tennis federation that he had taken that cocaine out of competition in the context related to sport. and then as he has successfully managed to do, convince them that he should bear no significant fault or negligence. so that ban i
BBC News
Apr 25, 2017 6:00pm BST
tonight at six — theresa may takes the tory campaign to wales. challenging labour in its heartland — the prime minister says she wants a mandate from the whole of the uk. we want to get votes and support here in wales because that will strengthen my hand in the brexit negotiations. also tonight — labour spells out its approach on brexit. it says labour would work harder to stay in the eu's harder to stay in the eu's trading system and attacks the government's approach. if theresa may gets another five years in power, shall take it as a green light to sideline parliament, ignore opposition and drive through a reckless tory brexit. ivanka trump takes centre stage with some of the world's most powerful women. nearly ten years on since madeleine disappeared, kate mccann says the family will never give up their search. where is the pain in your stomach? who needs a doctor's diagnosis when there's a mobile app to do the job — the future of artificial intelligence. and coming up in the sport on bbc news. as anthonyjoshua prepares for the biggest night of his life. he tells the bbc h
BBC News
Feb 25, 2017 7:30pm GMT
ireland saw some sunshine this afternoon, but for england and wales afternoon, but for england and wales a lot of clout this evening and rain to go with that, moving west to east by the end of the night. some breaks in the cloud in the north—east, maybe frost in north—eastern scotla nd maybe frost in north—eastern scotland but not so elsewhere with the southerly breeze, relatively mild, but coming into the far north—west, wet and windy weather spreading across scotland through the morning and northern ireland as well, into western england and wales, where wind picks up all the while, 50 or 60 mile an hour gusts for a time while, 50 or 60 mile an hour gusts fora time in while, 50 or 60 mile an hour gusts for a time in west wales. it never gets to east anglia or the south—east, temperatures here double figures but turning colderfrom south—east, temperatures here double figures but turning colder from the north. the colder air spreads across much of the uk in the start of the new week. quite blustery with showers, some heavy, hailstones and thunder and maybe even wintry we
BBC News
Feb 11, 2017 6:30pm GMT
and welcome to sportsday with karthi gnanasegaram and hugh ferris. the headlines this evening: wales against england is heading for a cracking conclusion in the six nations. two goals in two minutes for liverpool could derail totttenham's title hopes. and great britain beat croatia to force their way in to the fed cup group two play offs. it is a very busy day. we will get to the premier league in a moment but we really do have to start with a cracking game in the six nations between wales and england. england are the defending grand slam champions and are on a record unbeaten run. but as the game enters its final stages, it's tight at the principality stadium, as tim hague reports. wales at home to england, the kind of game to light up and fire up the cold est of game to light up and fire up the coldest winter days, and while this is the one every welsh women, man and child wants to win, england are ona and child wants to win, england are on a mission. 15 wins in a row, and they did not hang around. the welsh defence still holding out until now! ben youngs with that one, but wales w
BBC News
May 30, 2017 10:00pm BST
. and the political leaders in wales take to the stage for a live audience debate. also on the programme tonight: the singer ariana grande announces she's returning to perform in manchester less than two weeks after the bombing that left 22 people dead. i personally don't think it's showing a great deal of respect. it is not giving them a chance to show respect to their loved ones. the former military leader of panama, general manuel noriega has died, at the age of eighty—three. and coming up in sportsday on bbc news: it's wenger in — as arsene signs a new two—year contract to extend his 21—year stay as arsenal manager. good evening. the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, has apologised for not knowing the cost of one of labour's key election pledges on childcare. it was a policy he was out campaigning on today — but during a bbc interview this morning he struggled to come up with the numbers for how much it would cost to extend free childcare in england. the conservatives called it a car—crash interview. here's our deputy political editorjohn pienaar. i'd better get a c
FOX
Feb 20, 2013 11:35pm EST
hip-hop and the nba. if you love lil wayne versus the miami heat, then you'll settle for wale versus the toronto raptors announcers. this time it's less personal. >> yesterday at the game in washington, wale was sitting courtside. >> the rapper who did chilling with lady gaga. >> apparently him and rudy gay started exchanging words. and after witnessing it,toronto announcer had this to say. supposedly this fan is a local rapper. he's not drake, that's for sure. >> canadian smack talk and word got back because. >> wale went on to twitter and said matt devlin, watch your mouth. >> and then wale went up to the booth. hey, hey hey. >> what's up? >> there he is right there. >> according to witnesses, wale was yelling. i heard what you said. watch your mouth, that's not cool. >> wale went back to his seat and explained through tweets that he and gay are buds. >> i've known rudy for five years. not talking trash. >> beef squashed. guess wale will have to pick a fight with someone else. >> is this a disney character? >> the announcer was like eva. >> that was a movie. >> thanks raptors mouth
BBC News
Oct 10, 2017 1:45am BST
wales in cardiff taking second place and moves them into the play—offs on a disapoointing nights for the hosts, as andy swiss reports. what a great night for the republic of ireland are desperately sad for the fans of wales who were hoping to see their team take another step towards their first world cup final scenes i9 towards their first world cup final scenes 19 68th. they knew that a win here tonight would guarantee them at least a place in the play—offs, potentially even automatic revocation and it began spritely. but republic of ireland grew into the match and after the break took the match and after the break took the lead with a superb strike from james mcclean. wales tried everything they could buy could not get back into the match. gareth bale, left in the stand, could only watch as the republic of ireland won the game. they go through the play—offs while wales, their long wait for a place in the world cup continues. in group g spain and italy had already respectively secured the top two spots with italy into the play—offs and both secured victories in their match
BBC News
Feb 10, 2017 6:45pm GMT
team in the world, he can step in seamlessly. he is one of the form players in wales. his leadership is brilliant and it will be an easy transition for him to come in and take over. it made the decision easier knowing you would have an experienced guy coming in and doing a greatjob. i got the time is right. to be a little bit selfish and focus on yourself and get your game right. there is lots of good things that happened when i was captain, but a lot of things i wished i could have changed as well. iam wished i could have changed as well. i am proud of myself, it is five and a half yea rs i am proud of myself, it is five and a half years more than i thought i would do. what as it been like the last few weeks just as sam, rather than the captain. obviously i want to do my bit for the team. i will try and have a leadership role in the team because i feel i have something to offer, experience i have now. it is nice being able to focus on yourself and over time, you just want to get back to enjoy playing and strip it back and just be the rugby player. that was the thought for me. plus i ha
BBC News
May 30, 2017 6:45pm BST
wales, is the most marginal constituency in the uk. it has the smallest majority of just 27 seats. if just 111 voters switch from the conservatives, labour will take it. before 2015, labour had held it for more than 100 years. jayne mccubbin has been to meet its residents to hear about the issues they'll be voting on. cockling was once a way of life for neil, not any more. these are too small. something is stopping the cockles from reaching maturity here. he once earned £7,000 in a month. today he's lucky to get £700. you nearly lost your house? twice. i know two or three of the boys that have lost their homes. people don't want to know. he tells me no politician's ever cared about the demise of cockling here, nor he says the demise of the heavy industry which once dominated gower‘s coastline. all gone. so when the ballot paper comes through your door... it goes in the bin. parts of gower have changed beyond recognition, politically too. in 2015, after 100 years of solid labour support, the conservatives won with a lead over labour ofjust 28 votes. what way has your family histori
BBC News
May 5, 2017 6:00am BST
in wales, losing merthyr tydfil, once a party stronghold. counting in scotland starts later. a conservative candidate wins the post of metronet in western england. and they are being contested in five other areas —— metro mayor. good morning, it's friday the fifth of may. election results are coming in throughout the morning. we'll keep you updated and bring you full analysis of the picture so far. also in the programme: a scrappage scheme for diesel cars could be on the way as the government strategy to tackle air pollution is due to be published later. i'll be looking at what that might mean for car owners. and a lifetime of service, we will hear your memories as the duke of edinburgh retires. and in sport, manchester united reign in spain, where marcus rashford makes his mark, to help his team, take a big step towards the europa league final. and sarah keith lucas has the weather. i will have a full forecast in about 15 minutes. good morning. first, our main story. there has been a substantial swing from labour to the conservatives in early results from yesterday's local
BBC News
Nov 21, 2017 1:30pm GMT
into wales and north west england. temperatures today at a maximum of 1a, perhaps 15 celsius, where we see breaks in the cloud. this evening and overnight, cody outbreaks of rain, across scotland and wales into the midlands and east anglia, more rain pushing into the west into northern ireland and wales and north west england into the early hours. a mild night in the south, temperatures in double figures. cooler in the north. and into the early hours, for england and wales, the wind picks up. so tomorrow morning at rush hour, some outbreaks of rain in the far north, but largely dry across much of northern and central scotland. starting to see rain pushing into southern scotland, northern ireland, north west england and the north of wales, that could be heavy at points. elsewhere across england and wales, cloud around, temperatures quite mild already, a maximum of 1a celsius. windy, the wind having picked up. weather cloud is thick, light rain and drizzle possible. a windy day tomorrow across england and wales, possibly costs of 60 mph and wales, possibly costs of 60 mph and exposed coa
. difference.key there is a labor government in wales. have no cancer drugs fund in wales. he needs to sort that out with them. that labour administration. as for public health, under this government really advances have been made on public health , plainng smoking rules reinventinging, public health budgets. all done by the conservatives not done under labor. corbyn: the prime minister is responsible for the health service in england. he must be aware (shouting) he must be aware that cancer survival rates are improving better in wales than in other parts of this country. wasuestion (shouting) my question was about the cuts in public health budgets and the effect that has on cancer care. could the prime minister tell us when was the last time the nhs target for starting cancer treatment was actually met within the 62 days required? minister: of the three big targets we are meeting the specialist target we are meeting with the first treatment within 31 days target, we are falling short of the 62 day target, something which i said in the answer to question two but he hasn't got round to it until q
BBC News
Mar 11, 2017 12:30am GMT
look at what life is like for families living on walesmost polluted street. forfamilies living for families living on this street it is at the start of another day. can you get your boots on? but lives here are farfrom can you get your boots on? but lives here are far from normal. this can you get your boots on? but lives here are farfrom normal. this is the most polluted street in the uk outside london. the pollution is regularly breaking legal limits. i have lived here for nearly a0 years and the traffic, you can see it getting worse and worse. it is beyond the joke. it is two weeks into 2017 and this street is about to use up its entire pollution limit for the year. you want to feel safe, you do not want to be in dangerfrom anything. the poor quality care, dust and noise from the road is something people have long been used to. neil's wife dawn was born across the road. she has lived here all her life. the is not as clear as what it used to be. you just cannot breathe the same. some tried to shut out the problem. that isjust the same. some tried to shut out the problem. that
BBC News
Apr 25, 2017 3:00pm BST
in the south of wales saying only she can offer ‘strong and stable leadership in the national interest‘. give me a mandate to lead britain, give me a mandate to speak for britain, give me a mandate to fight for britain and give me a mandate to deliver for britain. the prime minister urges labour voters to turn their back on tribal politics. labour sets out its approach to brexit if it wins the general election — pledging the rights of eu citizens already in the uk will be protected. on day one of a labour government, we will immediately guarantee that all eu nationals currently living in the uk will see no change in their legal status as a result of brexit. day one, big commitment. i'm ben brown, and in the next hour — president trump's daughter makes herfirst international trip — since being given an official position in her father's administration. ivanka trump takes the stage alongside angela merkel — as an official adviser to the us — but she's forced to defend her father's attitudes towards women. and why regular moderate exercise is the best way to keep your
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Jan 7, 2017 1:30pm GMT
you about the weather, or about the best walks in wales. but tonight i'm going on a very different kind ofjourney, a personal one, to find out about a condition which killed my dad. well, to see him suffering like that, it was dreadful. i still miss him now. it's not the same, is it? no. sepsis is taking and changing thousands of lives. people of all ages, across wales. i meet some remarkable people, a mother who lost her teenage daughter. anyone is at risk of sepsis. anybody could fall to this silent killer. doctors on the wards, who tell me how we could save more lives. if i was brought in with sepsis, what sort of treatment would i get? a survivor determined not to let sepsis win. i want my life back. you know, it was nearly taken away from me so suddenly. it's taken more than enough, i think. and i discover the shocking scale of it. we could more than fill this stadium with the number of people that die from sepsis every year in the uk. it's too many. this is where i grew up — barry, or "barrybados" as i call it. i love it down here. we used to come here when we were kids. mu
BBC News
Oct 9, 2017 6:30pm BST
what is coming up tonight. all eyes are on card. wales and the republic of ireland meet in a little over an hourfor world republic of ireland meet in a little over an hour for world cup qualification at stake. we assess england world cup squad, zak hardaker provisionally suspended after testing positive for cocaine. and the olympic hockey coach back on the pitch after a heart attack that left him fighting for his life. the pitch after a heart attack that left him fighting for his lifelj did have a particularly dark moment where i thought, you know, what will happen? will come out the other side 0k? plenty to bring you tonight. but really only one place to start, that is at the cardiff city stadium where wales and the republic of ireland are preparing to meet for their final world cup qualifying group match. plenty is at stake for both sides, a winter either and they are indeed a possible play—off spot and a trip to russia. there are plenty of permutations who we can discuss with andy at the stadium. we will get to those possible outcomes in a moment, but with so much state for bot
BBC News
Apr 25, 2017 2:00pm BST
wales as she seeks to take territory off labour. labour sets out its approach to accept. we will immediately guarantee that all eu nationals living in the uk will see no change in their legal status as a result of rags that. from day one, a big commitment. the two remaining presidential candidates in france attend a ceremony to honour the policeman shot dead in paris last week. sir elton john cancels a series of concerts, after contracting a potentially deadly bacterial infection — while touring in south america. and in the next hour — president trump's daughter makes herfirst international trip — since being given an official position in her father's administration. ivanka trump takes the stage alongside angela merkel — as an official adviser to the us — but there's criticism about the nature of her role in the white house. and hearts and minds — researchers say regular moderate exercise is the best way to keep your brain sharp, if you're over 50. good afternoon and welcome to bbc news. theresa may is targeting labour seats in wales following a shock poll that could
BBC News
Nov 12, 2017 10:55am GMT
wales leads out seven members of the royal family. the prince of wales leads out seven members of the royalfamily. he the prince of wales leads out seven members of the royal family. he will be laying of wreath, that is normally laid by her majesty the queen on behalf of the nation. the duke of cambridge, prince henry of wales, the duke of york, the earl of wessex. the princess royal and duke of kent are there and their equerry is. and on the balcony, edinburgh and the queen, watching. as we approach the 11 o'clock and the two minute silence. big ben chimes the hour music: last post the prince of wales first lays the wreath on behalf of the queen. and he will later lay one on his own behalf. the queen, watching from the balcony with the duke of edinburgh beside her. and now, on behalf of the duke of edinburgh, the equerry lays his wreath. and now the prince of wales lays his own wreath. the prince of wales, his colonel in chief who commanded in the royal navy and was a helicopter pilot, as many members of the royal family have seen their career in the services. he is followed by the d
BBC News
Apr 9, 2017 3:30am BST
do yourjob. there are tens of thousands battling ocd in wales alone. i'm off to meet some of them, to see how it is taking over their lives, and how they're fighting back. deon gorle lives with his family near carmarthen. he's had ocd for most of his life. for him, his ocd is particular painful. he's overwhelmed by intrusive thoughts that his family will come to harm. she's gorgeous! whatever you do, don't fall backwards. why are you doing these compulsions, deon? what will happen? it's an overbearing feeling of — that something bad will happen to a loved one. for example, today, danielle's gone swimming with school. if i don't do these neutralising behaviours, these habits, then she'll drown. he's compelled to carry out a series of rituals to prevent such thoughts coming true. i have a counting pattern of five and four. being there were five people in my originalfamily — dad, mum, brother, sister, and me. and then now four, being, dawn, me, dominic and danielle. so these checking patterns have to be done in a five and four pattern. and then, if anything goes wrong, i then hav
BBC News
May 5, 2017 9:00am BST
england, wales and scotland. at stake is control of dozens of local authorities, providing essential local services to millions of people. it's a very important exercise in local democracy, but it's also a useful insight into the state of public opinion ahead of next month's general election. we'll have coverage of results as they happen, but we already have plenty of news from the counting overnight. it's been a very good night for the conservatives in england and wales. they've taken control of the councils in gloucestershire, lincolnshire, warwickshire and monmouthshire. they've also won the west of england mayoral contest. and it looks at this early stage that they're heading for their best set of local elections for a decade or more. it's been a bad night for labour. they are losing ground in england as we speak. and in wales they've lost overall control of bridgend and merthyr tydfil, two councils in their south wales heartland. although they have held on to the capital city, cardiff. also newport and swansea. and it has been a bad night for ukip — overnight they lost every s
BBC News
May 16, 2017 3:00pm BST
, promising a "strong voice" for wales during brexit. the party wants the welsh government to have a say on any future uk trade deal — and says it won't rest until "every single penny" of lost eu funding is replaced. sian lloyd has this report. penygraig in the rhondda valley. it's been a labour stronghold at westminster for more than 100 years. plaid cymru's leader, leanne wood, represents it in the welsh assembly and the party has the parliamentary seat within its sights. so, no coincidence that leanne wood chose to launch her party's general election manifesto here. it includes a promise to give wales a strong voice during brexit. the party wants all future trade deals to be signed off by the national assembly for wales. the party wants all future trade deals to be signed off by the national assembly for wales. there's a lot of talk in the manifesto about defending, about protecting wales, its interests, its communities. protecting wales from brexit. but wales voted to leave the eu. we've accepted that wales voted to leave the eu. we accepted that on the day of the referendum. what we'
BBC News
Nov 17, 2017 11:45pm GMT
: goodbye wales, hello sunderland. chris coleman becomes thier eighth manager in four years. —— their. jose mourinho says philjones was on painkillers when he played for england against germany and that he shouldn't have been asked to play. and england lose the women's ashes series, as australia storm to an unassailable lead. so let's start with the breaking news this evening. wales and northern ireland's football managers are on the move. we'll come on to the latter in a moment but first wales and chris coleman has left his job in charge of the national side to take over at sunderland, who are bottom of the championship. coleman had managed wales for five years taking them from 48th to 14th in the world rankings. he'll be sunderland's eighth permanent manager in four years. before chris coleman wales waited 58 yea rs before chris coleman wales waited 58 years to get to a tournament. last yea r‘s years to get to a tournament. last year's victory over belgium marked the dizzying peak for welsh would ball, a time when anything seemed possible. we can't be afraid of our dreams. four ye
BBC News
Feb 25, 2017 6:30pm GMT
headlines this evening: scotland beat wales for the first time in tean years — it finished 29—13 in the six nations. ireland are playing france. they are leading in the final stages of their match in dublin —— ireland are leading. and can anyone stop chelsea, as the premier league leaders go 11 points clear at the top? also coming up in the programme: what next for claudio ranieri as the leicester boss goes to the training ground to say his goodbyes. and a year away from competition, but lizzie yarnold slides to a bronze medal at the skeleton world championships. but let's start with today's six nations action, where scotland beat wales 29—13 at murrayfield — a win that's been a long time coming for the scots. you've got to go back to 2007 for the last time they got a six nations win over wales. and after an opening weekend win over ireland, scotland's good form continues despite that narrow defeat to france in round two. let's get some reaction from murrayfield — our reporter patrick gearey is there. patrick, good evening. scotland were trading at half—time and they owe
BBC News
Aug 24, 2017 1:30pm BST
showers this morning pushing into wales and the south—west. they should tend to ease, the best of the brightness that the south—east and weaves in the majority of those showers for northern ireland. as we move through the rest of the day—to—day will continue to see showers northern ireland. some sunny spells in the mix and outbreaks of rain across shetland but for eastern scotla nd rain across shetland but for eastern scotland the best of the brightness, a few heavy showers possible, and for more than england some showers, starting to bite and in the afternoon as we head further south wales and the south—west plenty of dry weather, just the chance of the odd isolated shower but i think the majority of the weather will be dry. as we had further to the southeast tonbridge is reaching a maximum of 22 celsius, fresher than yesterday but feeling warm in the sunshine. this evening and overnight some outbreaks of rain of northern ireland, west of scotland and the west of england but for much of england and wales, dry with clear spells, temperatures falling overnight to between 11
BBC News
Dec 13, 2017 6:30pm GMT
next wales football manager have prompted disciplinary action. and taking on the americans on their ovals. we visit the first all—british team entering indycar racing. manchester united and manchester city have both been given extra time to provide observations following an incident after the premier league darts be on sunday. united manager jose mourinho had milk thrown at him outside the old trafford dressing rooms after objecting to manchester city's celebrations. they beat man united— one. man united play bournemouth at home tonight and we will get from a correspondent from the shortly. first, here is johnathan pearce, who will be commentating on manchester city away at swansea. after the old trafford celebration study the weekend, swa nsea celebration study the weekend, swansea city have reportedly said they do not mind how manchester city celebrate here. the fact that they are even talking about a manchester city victory suggests that home confidence in stopping the runaway leaders is not great. you can understand why. although swansea won here at the weekend. they have on
BBC News
Apr 24, 2017 10:45pm BST
candidates. this is the story on the right, rock—solid labour set to crumble in wales. this is fascinating. since the 2015 election, one of the things we have all noticed is politics has become much more complicated when you have different things happening in different regions of the uk. this is the first poll of what will happen probably in wales, and shows a real collapse for labour support in wales, and the tories are likely to pick up ten seats from labour. wales has been voting quite a lot for ukip in recent years, and if thatis for ukip in recent years, and if that is replicated in other places as well, if all the ukip voters bleed across to the tory party in this coming election, that will hugely boost tourism in seats where they are fighting labour and the lib dems. —— it was hugely boost tories. this poll which shows a good result for the tories is actually something which means good news for the tories in other areas as well where ukip support is going down. wales voted overwhelmingly to leave the european union, so perhaps given labour's thinking on how to deal w
BBC News
Oct 3, 2017 10:30pm BST
for one year. no gareth bale for wales world cup qualifiers — a calf injury means he's been ruled out for matches against georgia and the republic of ireland. and england prop kyle sinckler will miss the november internationals against argentina and australia after receiving a seven—week ban for eye gouging. good evening. it was back injune when an emotional dan evans announced he'd failed a drugs test at the barcelona open in april. he'd tested positive for cocaine and today the international tennis federation handed down a one—year ban meaning he won't be eligible to play again until april. here's more from our tennis correspondent russell fuller. he admitted that he had cocaine in his system and he has now accepted a ban of one year because the international tennis federation have accepted that he would bear no significant fault or negligence. he a lwa ys significant fault or negligence. he always said he took this out of competition and yet he took itjust four days before he was due to play a match at barcelona. his argument which has been accepted by the itf is the legal
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 1:45am BST
, includes 16 players from england, 12 from wales, 11 from ireland and two from scotland. wales flanker sam warburton has been named as captain for the second time. there are had been months of speculation but one man seemed sure of the spotlight. 0nce speculation but one man seemed sure of the spotlight. once again sam warburton will lead the captain alliance against the world's best new zealand. it is going to be the toughest thing i have done but definitely it is the biggest honour that i have had as well and to captain the lines for the second time against new zealand ranks as the pinnacle of my career. 41 players were chosen by warren gatland and as predicted england dominate the squad —— lions. wales have four players while ireland, who beat the all blacks in november, have 11. scotland, only two. half of the squad are making their lions debut including carl sinclair, who is yet to start a test match for england. people look to sam warburton for leadership, who was given the armband despite longer captaining wales. this is the second time sam warburton has stood in front of th
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