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Giggs praises Liverpool's 'fantastic' season [Video]

Giggs praises Liverpool's 'fantastic' season

Manchester United great Ryan Giggs says he is attempting to bring a touch of runaway league leaders Liverpool’s style to Wales. The United great highlighted the work being done by Pep Guardiola and..

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Llama delivers food to remote places in Wales [Video]

Llama delivers food to remote places in Wales

Max the llama has been making food deliveries to remote properties in the Welsh Valley during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Wales First Minister 'disappointed' in UK Government's lack of communication [Video]

Wales First Minister 'disappointed' in UK Government's lack of communication

The First Minister of Wales has criticised Boris Johnson's Government for a lack of communication on how Britain moves together out of coronavirus lockdown. Mark Drakeford said there had been no..

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Wales reveals ‘traffic light’ lockdown exit plan [Video]

Wales reveals ‘traffic light’ lockdown exit plan

First Minister Mark Drakeford has revealed a “traffic light system” for Wales’ exit from the current coronavirus lockdown. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn..

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UK's COVID-19 death toll tops 40,000, worst in Europe [Video]

UK's COVID-19 death toll tops 40,000, worst in Europe

The United Kingdom's COVID-19 death toll now exceeds 40,000, by far the worst yet reported in Europe, raising more questions about Prime Minister Boris Johnson's handling of the coronavirus crisis...

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Garden centre queues amid minor changes to Wales' lockdown restrictions [Video]

Garden centre queues amid minor changes to Wales' lockdown restrictions

People queue at a garden centre in Caerphilly, Wales, as minor changes to lockdown restriction begin across the country. First Minister Mark Drakeford announced on Friday that lockdown restrictions in..

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Welsh Govt concerned over PM message [Video]

Welsh Govt concerned over PM message

The First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford has expressed concern over the Prime Minister's message on Sunday suggesting it may encourage people in England to travel to Wales to exercise, where Mr..

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Sir Keir Starmer says Government's new lockdown plan starting to 'unravel' [Video]

Sir Keir Starmer says Government's new lockdown plan starting to 'unravel'

Credit: LBC Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said the new lockdown instructions issued by Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday are already starting to “unravel”. “What I think everybody..

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We will make decisions that are right for Wales, says Welsh First Minister in response to PM [Video]

We will make decisions that are right for Wales, says Welsh First Minister in response to PM

Wales First Minister Mark Drakeford has said in response to Boris Johnson's decision to lift certain lockdown restrictions that "We will continue to make decisions, which are right for Wales. He also..

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Mark Drakeford on government’s new coronavirus slogan [Video]

Mark Drakeford on government’s new coronavirus slogan

Welsh first minister Mark Drakeford says there should be better discussions between London and Cardiff on easing lockdown measures after revealing he was not consulted on the British government’s new..

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Opera star sings from an empty Albert Hall on VE Day [Video]

Opera star sings from an empty Albert Hall on VE Day

Katherine Jenkins sang a moving version of "We'll Meet Again" with Dame Vera Lynn from an empty Royal Albert Hall on Friday evening (May 8), as locked-down Britain marked the 75th anniversary of..

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Katherine Jenkins will sing for VE Day to empty audience [Video]

Katherine Jenkins will sing for VE Day to empty audience

Katherine Jenkins will sing to an empty Royal Albert Hall to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two in Europe (VE Day) on Friday. Libby Hogan has this story.

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Three 'modest adjustments' made to Welsh lockdown [Video]

Three 'modest adjustments' made to Welsh lockdown

Wales’ First Minister Mark Drakeford makes three "modest adjustments" to lockdown in Wales. He announces that people can exercise more than once a day, garden centres will reopen and plans to get..

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Wales to ease lockdown exercise rules from Monday [Video]

Wales to ease lockdown exercise rules from Monday

The First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, announced changes to lockdown exercise rules which begin on Monday. The politician added plans were in place to open garden centres, libraries and municipal..

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Elderly man killed in 'serious incident' in Wales [Video]

Elderly man killed in 'serious incident' in Wales

A 29-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after an elderly man died and three others were injured during an incident in a shop in the Rhondda, South Wales Police said. Officers were..

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'Total stupidity': Welsh town hits out at Londoners escaping to the country to avoid coronavirus

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UK to delay crown court trials because of coronavirus

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Plan to extend early prisoner release scheme

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Six Nations: Wales v Scotland off because of coronavirus fear

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