BBC Radio Wales
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it is a very very difficult you know we could see what it meant to Liam Williams score in that first try your lover Scarlet have given him the opportunity um but you know that the scanner for developing good youngsters because I've got a Lexus Steff Evans probably one of the best players in Wales at the moment I'm talking wise so you know they are bleeding young Talent which is the way forward a thing for Welsh rugby we can't go out to purchase tall is Big name stars we have to develop youngsters and have to give him the opportunity of playing at the highest level and sunny just medically what was it like for the Scarlets fans like in Dublin at the weekend always loud and I think we were all godsmack to begin with and how good the Scarlets where we sold them against Leinster.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
car behind what about the elephant in the corner of the room the contrast between where the Scarlets playing in pubs with a national team is playing at you know you're talking about post Warren Gatland poster of how leaving a will what happens to do we learn as a national side something from the weather Scarlets have played in a coaching setup think you have to display it's more like whatever his dark Lane round never be I think this has been like A2 A3 year planner for them and they would had a bit of it all comfortable with Swiss bread in the bowl and then it's not going to come over night then Dermot Wales want to adopt if Taylor rugby big have to start now in all different in preparation for the next World Cup some home truths to face up to the low cost a lot of Liam Williams he's leaving the club now you can be very difficult to replace if they're going to keep this momentum going forward.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
both sides of the road tax and demand incredible performance with some sublime rugby being played on in Cardiff and I can guarantee that every Welsh person in men and women with Scarlett's on Saturday and much as you said because of the way they played at the first half of the first half was amazing Rennie Rugby to score put six tries first minister must mean something else have to witness the man in the final and I had three games they play days where I put the Ospreys to the sword they put Leinster to the swords better in the first half on the of 15 players on the pitch and now they put Manchester to the sort scoring for teen tries against the three best sites in the pro 12 um so it's no mean feat and um but I just like with the paper off to see they want to play the name Ruby and the rugby should be played and I just hope that the others.
BBC Radio Ulster
13 hours
Rosebay clinical but what am I have done by the time of his death Vietnam was already starting to heat up but I think Robert Kennedy said after words that his brother did subscribe to the domino theory that Earth they have to hold Vietnam and we would have he would have committed lots of troops there what do you reckon would have happened but considering that the Kennedy was a lot more hawkish and then there's a lot of people would like to remember what it was very much and Argent called Warrior that to give feedback to the 1962 beats with with Nexus now here he went told her it was texting it in terms of demonstrating his anti-communist the credentials in a given that I attended subscribe to that the police that says he will pursue this is just a stronger Vietnam policy is Johnson is not stronger do you think the same time he did.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
she would a £48,000 win really really would like to make more night this year last year we provided enough money to fund education before 2000 girls sizes more people will come too high during the festival it transforms the tone from a sometimes sleepy outpost at the Welsh border to the literary equivalent of Spaghetti Junction it's the job of a team of drivers to make sure the vip's get to their events No Jim Saunders has been chauffeuring some of the stars here for years I've just driven home feeling today who's the author of the Bridget Jones books he's doing about here this evening after 15 years ago she's making about Bridget Jones who did you meet her or realise.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
what you need for quite a while have you seen the impact of festivals had on this on the town it's normal impact on the town I use to run a business in Hayes to run the deli and festival which is the biggest Christmas week if not bigger as you walk around this festival site you made spot The Subtle enhancements to the security at this year's events now following the attack in Manchester that has been armed police here everyday and bag searches at the entrance Stephen Fry Day festivals president told Radio 4 it was important that he like as a bigger been discontinued over the bank holiday weekend we all want to do what the enemies least wanted to do if you know what I mean I'm it seems that these people.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
killer whales and talking about the delivery but then we seeing things that you know I can you trade agreements a frictionless border and also the mentioning more powers to the Welsh government's so I think that's quite interesting I'm in the south but I was waiting to see some particular thing as a reference so for example a new business bank in Newport Tennessee scrapping the tolls on M4 relief road and then things like a new a new prison in Port Talbot so you know there are there some specifics in there of ideas that they have some specifics but on the whole will not a great deal of detail on lease on these policies With It Rain by another five key challenges so that's the structure of their manifesto she have you the economy brexit social divisions aging Society and business and I'm quite interesting this is technology in house that is going to have an effect 2 console server changes that were facing.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
is there an election in Wales and all that matters are the most concerned most visited and yet but they going to quite a lot of detail and things like that they would for example of business rates for small firms mean I don't have the power to do that don't you know but I know what I want to think is happening is what they doing another season of God trainers I was there a setting up a store looking building up to 20 21 and trying to build a policy narrative 34 years of the head of election which is maybe with something you can do when you've got a fixed term fixed as you have for the assembly at the moment but you don't think we have to snap election in the promising sorts of things for Wales live in Wales after brexit and yet we haven't even started negotiation life no se no phrases like the.
BBC Radio Ulster
13 hours
ok to murder policeman and soldiers and Her Majesty's forces I am appalled and Hank talking on that important issue of the best biscuit to have with a cup of tea says you can't beat the humble bourbon cream that's a very good point hanging the difficult to disagree with never a fan of a Barbie Dream House ok well in a few minutes will be talking JFK the world have been like if he lived first took over the weekend lots of people right making the most of the sunshine hundreds of them headed up to harlequin rugby club pictures of the Malone Road which is home of the Belfast Trojans American football team on Saturday the Trojans check on the 110 strong squad of the central College Cardinals safely all the way from Kentucky for the first exhibition game in Northern Ireland Potter Jim McCormick was there as well.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
remember the cameras attacks on the NHS and wheels and that would have died would be including the lines and there is a significant blurring lines happening in the manifest does no not just because of this is happening all the political parties in Wales Tony read the conservative manifesto says we will implement this in 2021 or 2021 isn't today the Nexus 7 reelection it reads a little bit like an assembly manifest anything is it actually ratcheting up for a family man let you know we actually campaigning on a general election it is confusing but at the same time will you ask people do you book Spinners polling time and time again ask when you ask people what are the top issues brexit naturally kind of top of the moment that is followed by state of the economy education health and it would be very weird and very odd because that is not to mention those policies even though it is.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
times of that statement appears in the manifest 6:18 I think I might I can't hear you I mean it's becoming a bit of a cliche now isn't it I think so but you know with any political campaign you there are those that those faces tagline switch there every party wants to come home to your blanket fair policy and what they feel they are offering the donation so it's not not in expected like you said it's quite fun to play bingo and see how many times it's mentioned I really get some of the policies that are outlined in this manner fastest am what is into thinking of some point of putting you need to Craig Williams so many of the policy areas of the Kevin here have devolved issues it's confusing as an extra people yes there's a shadow of a doubt we know that the people ready that A significant proportion of the population are already confuse most of the most of the last night he c24.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
somewhere of the add to the original position and then they might not be able to get the meaning of the airports because always see those sorts of gone in the parking spaces if you like might not be available so that's another problem mate got now all that presupposes that they've got their computer systems up and running again and they can actually set the the bookings and rearrange all the documentation from the flight plans a loading sheets and so on it really is a nightmare and frankly I can see this going on for a week and a week and a half Gillian Brett and in a statement British Airways have apologize to customers and say they doing them very best to sort things out maybe a bank holiday but is no break for politicians campaigning in the general election this morning on good morning Wales we're focusing on the Welsh conservative manifesto to let's examine some of their pledges in.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
she really is not customer facing as they say because always had from him his two recorded videos and that's is Sum total of their communication with his passengers to how long does it take an airline especially in a bit late be at the top end of the scale computing for business customers loyalty how long does it take an airline to recover from an event like this with planes and Cruise in the Wrong Places while restoring physically and not reputational damage he is so physically imagine all the rare crafter out of position out of sync all the way around the world on top of that you got Cruise and pilot so rapidly running out of their regulated hours must have rest periods so they're going to have to get fresh Cruise in fresh pilots in there going to have to fly these planes that I'll be cold dead legs up that do they fly into you.
BBC Radio Ulster
13 hours
throw nets play Donegal in the Ulster semi-final on the 18th of June that's a repeat of last year's thrilling decider one by two roads but skipper Sean Kavanagh remembers the lake V Donegal handed them back in March it's up to us to make a background and I don't like we we we we looking for a headstone if you work nights in a row won the second race at Donington Park city to extend his lead in the world Superbikes Series 255 points he dedicated his victory to former MotoGP winner Nicky Hayden a 35 year old American wrestler who died last week following a bicycle accident on a fungal man that turn up the so many Northern Ireland flags around the circuit on.
BBC Radio Wales
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what's going to be dropped off on the road closures that we've got a gated car park there any residents can access it and the gate open on tonight George Avenue itself but obviously because that roads going to be closed the car park is basically redundant and we won't be able to use I'll be able to the whole weekend because I can't get onto the road at all on the residents he lives he did say that they are offering as pass it to park at City Hall I think that was The Fairway away from where we actually live hundred people going walking up and down outside not be able to leave the flat faces be trapped inside the flats you know we we don't particularly like football so there's nothing really for us in the city centre that weekend so we're going to be moving out the city base for the weekend which were lucky enough to be able to play Cardiff Council is extremely positive about it says it's been visiting every business in the ring of Steel.
BBC Radio Ulster
13 hours
computer system and how its handle the follow the airline says it's making good progress in returning flights to normal after what it described as a power supply issue to excite a system some flights to and from Northern Ireland to continue to be affected experts say compensation claims from thousands of passengers left stranded could run into many millions of pounds Frank brehany from the consumer group holiday travel watch says BA has fallen short of the standards that might be expected of such an organisation if you have a major event like that's a major corporation you should have offside a separate set a website which is linked into backed up data which will allow your customers your passengers there to update their flights or to make any changes if they need to make to their travel plans without the chaos that would be nice.
BBC Radio Ulster
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find soon as soon as BA possibly can get them to you and do let us know this morning at 1 at 771 know if you texting on other stories have been covering it up this one's from Kieran and Belfast despite the non stop negative slurs upon Corbyn by mainstream Media he continues to put up a good fight shame on the media pundits you're doing the elites bus to text so that we wanted to know the year at the Disco the choice of our listeners along with a cup of tea as there's a bit like the digestive the pillion digest of Us was known would celebrated 120 first year at your double pulley and digestive bothered and don't integrate stuff that's from Jack has more money yet but against Wigan at a ginger nut for dunking from Elsa favourite biscuit Abbey Crunch buy McVitie's are not made any.
BBC Radio Ulster
13 hours
British Airways put in another airline as well as actually cut a system that they would normally used to make decisions to give information to download couldn't use them and us also these days so I can look at a website that gives information that was down to bed when you look at the scale of your operation at Heathrow airport but it British Airways flying Swords of a Thousand people a day I think it's not to make excuses for them but it was it was extremely challenging position no information that ever to a few people who could communicate anything against a very large number of Travellers John has more and more elements are of your travel experience with an airline seems to move towards that automated world when we see a class like this one will that put the brakes on a little bit or is it just the way it's going to be.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
need to tell it what you would put in a manifesto you can get in touch with and tell us what you would like the political parties to focus on I've been traveling around where I was asking what is you so important to you if you win the top job what would you put at the top of your to do list if I was the Prime Minister I will lower the voting age to 16 if I was prime minister I would make sure that the Taxes paid in Wales from other companies what other companies are from which sea in Wales if I will be taking your ideas to Downing Street after the results of the election on June 8th so what would be on your manifesto get in touch email as my manifesto at bbc.co.uk you can't we test at BBC Wales News or if you want.
BBC Radio Wales
13 hours
spectacular but you know the one thing I do like a bow tie manifesto that it does set out clearer than any other party what is 2 volt what is not devolved I'm there of course complications when you get to cross border services and there are complications with things like North Wales growth deal because you know we don't want that just stick to the Boulder that's about bringing Communities both on the English side in the washer together to grow up, make sure that tuna with new actors United Kingdom as well but there is there are issues within the manifesto which of course I need for the city deals are again good example of this this is cross governmental working UK government Welsh government and local authorities delivering am for the calibration of what's 1.2 billion pounds and have to leave it there thank you and I will be enough.
BBC Radio Ulster
13 hours
film talks about um you know that looks like she should be all about all these years I have to tell you in the Labour Party I have shingles labour party members in Jeremy corbyn's record on terrorism in this country there are lots of water in Scotland genuine concerns that we have a we have given the country choice between a Conservative Prime Minister is at the very least unimpressive and the labour candidate for prime minister and who is simply onset time I'll get those responsible because we are the showing tonight. Will not answer me even in Paisley prayers that the integrity of Jeremy Corbyn and if you want to talk about living members I don't know who you're disgusting must be very narrow.
BBC Radio Wales
14 hours
is always based every turn on where the greatest need it and what happened with the GVA local it and I would hope if the Welsh government and local partners have been acting properly with a structural funds we wouldn't you know we want gross we want private sector third sector growth in R&R valleys and the structural fund there is and it's like hasn't happened you have to ask you in your third tranche billions of pounds of been spent what is going wrong this isn't just a project this is looking much more structurally at the problems if you have to send herself that's not what I'm saying I told them again I think this particular kind I'm saying that the prosperity fund is going to create that fun obviously for the neediest areas in the United Kingdom and sadly we have large areas in Wales that will obviously qualify for that because of the failures of the structural funds today.
BBC Radio Wales
14 hours
can we have to use etc manifesto but the prosperity fund world we created it and that's what manifest is there for and you can see that prosperity fund operating in the sense that the money coming back from Brussels the structural friend program which will of course cease to exist because we won't be longer members after this financial cycle of the EU um I'm weather be qualified for those structural funds anyway is anyone's guess your facts qualifying is not a success qualifying for structural funds would you fail to increase the prosperity of your nation so hopefully we should call the fact that means that the UK government will be in a position to work with partners like the city deal process the city deal process is incredibly quiet that's working with local party scene it in Cardiff city region we seen it Swansea to.
BBC Radio Wales
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text scrap tales from the Severn Bridge as well as provide more powers to the assembly in Cardiff Bay following brexit will Craig Williams is from the Welsh Conservatives and join just now good morning morning Rachel and distilled from the start of a single issue election that issue being brexit and lots of promises in the manifesto about how Wales will look post brexit how can you make those promises when the negotiations haven't even begun yet so I forgive you if you look at the chance that was made on me done this clearly is the significant issue of the General Election brexit and how it impacts Wales in the United Kingdom and we will charge what would happen to things like structural funds will we have responded with the plant the prosperity fund to the United Kingdom and that seeking to replace that structural funds and replace them in the sense that looking how it worked over the past decade had a significant amount of money that's coming to Wales.