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Thousands join march calling for Welsh independence

Thousands of people have joined a march in Cardiff in favour of Welsh independence. Campaigners carrying large flags and banners and wearing Wales football bucket hats paraded through the city centre led by a samba band. The rally was organised by All Under One Banner Cymru (AUOB) and Yes Cymru who claim the UK Government in Westminster no longer has the best interests of Welsh people in mind. A similar […]

todayOctober 1, 2022 1

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Energy bills rise to record high levels

People are being urged to take a photograph of their meter readings Families have been urged to take a photograph of their meter reading and do what they can to cut their energy use as prices spike from Saturday. The amount that a household pays for each kilowatt hour of electricity it uses will rise to 34p from the already record 28p that families pay today. Gas prices will go […]

todayOctober 1, 2022 1

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Ministers vow spending discipline after mini budget market chaos

Welsh Secretary Sir Robert Buckland says they're “absolutely committed” to funding their commitments Ministers have insisted the Government remains committed to “spending discipline” after Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s £45 billion mini-budget tax cuts caused havoc in financial markets. As Tories head to Birmingham for their annual conference, Welsh Secretary Sir Robert Buckland said they were “absolutely committed” to funding their commitments amid signs ministers are preparing a major squeeze on public […]

todayOctober 1, 2022 1

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Train services across Britain crippled by fresh strike

It's the biggest walk out so far, with four unions taking industrial action together The Government is being urged to take urgent steps to help resolve the bitter rail row as services are crippled by a mass walkout. Members of four trade unions are striking for 24 hours, causing the worst rail disruption of the year so far, with some areas of the country having no services all day. Rail passengers have been advised only […]

todayOctober 1, 2022 1

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Police release footage of car in council worker murder probe

Ashley Dale was found with gunshot wounds in the back garden of her home in Old Swan, Liverpool, in the early hours of Sunday August 21 Detectives investigating the murder of a council worker have released footage of a vehicle travelling in the area shortly before. Ashley Dale, 28, was found with gunshot wounds in the back garden of her home in Old Swan, Liverpool, in the early hours of […]

todaySeptember 30, 2022 1

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Tens of thousands of letters of condolence sent to royals since Queens death

The day after the Queen's funeral, the daily amount of correspondence peaked at 6,500 More than 50,000 letters and messages expressing the public’s condolences following the Queen’s death and funeral have flooded into Buckingham Palace. The royal family have received sack loads of mail from well-wishers who felt moved to write and convey their sympathy for the monarchy. On September 19 – the day of the Queen’s funeral – the […]

todaySeptember 30, 2022 1

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Union warning on Government plans over industrial action

The TUC has commissioned legal advice from employment lawyer Michael Ford which examines Government proposals on industrial action Union leaders are warning that any moves by the Government affecting industrial action are “very likely” to be illegal. The TUC warned Prime Minister Liz Truss she could face a “tsunami” of court cases, as well as public and parliamentary opposition if she introduces fresh legislation on strikes. The TUC has commissioned […]

todaySeptember 30, 2022 1

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Energy price cap comes into effect

Households will also see the first instalment of the £400 energy bill support scheme in their October electricity bill The Government’s energy price cap to shield households and businesses from the worst of the impact of soaring oil and gas prices comes into effect on Saturday. Under the energy price guarantee – which limits the unit price paid for electricity and gas – means the annual bill for a typical […]

todaySeptember 30, 2022 2

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Truss admits 45bn mini budget tax cuts did cause disruption

The comments from Prime Minster follow a meeting with The Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng and the Office for Budget Responsibility Liz Truss has admitted Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget caused “disruption” but insisted they were right to act to get the economy moving and to protect families from soaring energy bills. As Tories prepared to head to Birmingham for their annual conference, the Prime Minister warned the country faced a “difficult winter” […]

todaySeptember 30, 2022 1

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