The Economic Times
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BBC Radio Wales
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is there enough difference between this Welsh conservative manifesto in the UK manifesto the same with the label on the liberal Democrat when did this PC UK manifest for that has been slightly Taylor to Wales to him I do what I do in Wareham you're trying to keep on message as possible you know that one reason why we seeing strong as they were stronger stable strong as stable is records Lynton Crosby know what I made UK Conservatives did don't want to DJ from that message um I'm being able to have a man for another manifesto launching wheels one how's your day reiterate that message there was public but to be will be seen as more Welsh if you will be no good reason you tell me you did.
Sky News
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run, and teachers' jobs have been axed as well so a really tough times are schools at the moment. And we have seen schools asking parents for money, encouraging them to set up a direct debit if they can afford it, and directly asking for money, which is extraordinary
Mashable
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BBC Radio Wales
29 minutes
region we sing it in the North Wales growth deal it again is set out in the manifest of the prosperity fund is there to replicate replace an enhanced construction company guarantee that this 680 million lbs Wales received every year in EU funding will be guaranteed to come to Wales I can't guarantee that I did say that the beginning there was no guarantee that structural funding money would continue with the members of the EU cost the judge John success if you increase your GVA if you increase prosperity of your region and nation which should have happened in the first trans the second Row the Third tranche we have found spectacular night is it what I think three countries and over a decade of public policy should have seen a significant increase why did areas of Eastern Europe managed to do it in Wales didn't I think that's a good question.
BBC Radio Wales
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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.
Sky News
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have seen the rewriting of a manifesto of the government midway through the campaign. The question she will have put the and she will get the chance to answer, as will Jeremy Corbyn. Thank you very much. It's not just what the leaders say tonight that will be scrutinised,.
ITV
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could've got in touch to seaweed seen her. We were just looking for a glimmer of hope. And it never arrived. How are you coping?. We are coping by keeping busy, keeping our girl there. I have been told.
BBC Radio Wales
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this mad know if you that is being perpetrated I show people here lost children who lost their family members want to stop these people going over there want to leave stop these people committing these various acts of violence and murder and mayhem thing you need to feel that they have some steak in the prevent strategy at the moment if you go to Dewsbury and took some people they have a huge shoot around prevent there been asking serious questions about how prevent is being implemented and they're not getting any answers I've seen you can't find it to you parade is on that one it is it is it it election issue.
Western Morning News
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Two adults have been caught having sex 'absolutely naked' on Sunday afternoon in a popular city centre children's play park in Devon. The police were called after the clothes-free pair were spotted getting frisky in a fenced off area known as the Secret Garden at West Hoe park in Plymouth. It is unclear whether the couple have been arrested, but police were seen driving away from the scene in a van on Sunday afternoon. Read next: Police called to 'major' incident as double-decker bus gets...
ITV
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You have been speaking at the vigil. You been talking about this and you are keen that she is not seen as a victim. I don't want her to be a victim of this. And to be quiet and sit there, I feel that.
BBC Radio Ulster
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the app that did have it is wonderful to see how humanity Kent back hope you both can can rise Above something like send them all together has been a reminder as Forza 4 need a runner just how much Manchester has given to the world ok we'll tell and the wolf for a journalist for the online newspaper Mancunian matters thank you very much indeed for joining us this morning no I have to say you are a technical problem has been resolved camera turns out your top story this morning the fatal shooting of 35 year old Colin Horner in a supermarket car park in Bangor yesterday afternoon please say he was done dying in front of his young son or reporter killed Dunbar is that the same as the Killing Forest this morning at Karens much police activity around the area today so that's very very little police activity to be seen in the area does a single.
BBC Radio Ulster
39 minutes
are going around now I'm asking the question into words those people um but generally people trying to take it in stride and not point fingers but the definitely is the discussion of warranted the family caravan where is Manchester go from here because in many ways over the last week we have seen the best of the city and we've also seen the very high regard and affection in which Manchester is held by people not on around the UK but from all over Europe in an All Around the World Trade Center. I don't grow up in Manchester but it is ASDA outside recommend it was it's amazing to see how it was great value to your man of year despite.
BBC Radio Wales
43 minutes
is final appearance for leaving to join Saracens coach won't be back doesn't think I'm actually have seen the last of a player he makes as one of the best in the world I go with one of the biggest hurts you come across a real computer 15 how to put the words in his contribution to the club video should be nice but I got a feeling he will be there then Williams flies out today to New Zealand with a British and Irish Lions for bo3 test tour they were looking very dapper last night at the farewell dinner in an amazing suits which I couldn't pull off well victorious only provided team GB with their only girl that the European rowing championships the Olympic double sculls silver medalist me to Katerina cuts and Belarus by less than a second time I'm in the middle of 100 as I'm moving head but I can I didn't and then it.
BBC Radio Ulster
44 minutes
treated in hospital for his injuries the shark I ever did not survive from Sydney full match reports Terry's Ellwood was enjoying the calm Waters of Evans head in New South Wales when all of a sudden a 2.7 metre shark launched itself into his boat knocking him to the floor he said for a brief moment man and beast simply stared at each other before panic set in the 73 year old Australian fisherman manage just Scramble clear and call for help he suffered deep cuts but it said his brush with a 200kg Great White don't put him off his favourite past time and that's all for me until 8:30 he's going to need a bigger boat first bank holiday Monday I have ever seen you in a bit of a guy.
Sky News
44 minutes
the leadership. Over the last 20, 30, 40 years we have seen the fragmentation of British politics. People have been voting for the SNP, the Lib Dems and Ukip. It is not happening this time. If you add up the polls from the weekend, over 80% of people are thinking of.
BBC Radio Ulster
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in good progress in returning flights to normal after water District up described as a power supply issue 28 i t systems some flights to and from Northern Ireland to continue to be affected experts a compensation claims from thousands of passengers left stranded could run into many millions of pounds Frank brehany from the consumer group holiday travel watch this be a has fallen short of the standards that might be expected as such an organisation if you have a major event like there's a major corporation you should have offside a separate set a website switches LinkedIn to backup 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 seen police investigating the mansion.
ITV
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Tonight, the pressure is on. We came into the competition breaking one big act into three parts. You've seen the audition. If we make it through to the final, you will see the ending of a three-part act. You know a magician won it last year. For us, it's not about being the bookies' favourite
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
my name is the former captain of Cardiff Blues he was forced into early retirement from rugby after being diagnosed with a rare autoimmune condition now instead of down time between training sessions is coffee between meetings and he's even found time to study for a masters in psychology she says mental health issues aren't confined to just one or two players will at some point before and some form of middle of difficulty I think most people do and that makes a quite a complex issue to deal with but I think as we can't he get with an interior list of life we have seen around the world hopefully that's take mortgage start to be broken or more about the conversation.
Sky News
an hour
it, but we have British wine! There's been a 73% on British vineyards this year and our wine is doing very well. We're selling to the USA and it's seen as a competitor to champagne and, for me, if I can indulge... Indulge...
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
directions to Manchester bombing and some papers like The Guardian still leaving with the fact that the MI5 has launched to enquiries into mist terror warnings I think we're going to seem quite a lot in coming days and weeks about it were any chances missed to detain the bomber before his truck killing 22 people and the other big headline selling the Telegraph also the Guardian Mr this is BA disruption are all flights are most flights out of date London cancelled over the weekend some horrendous accounts of the worst chaos I've ever seen in The Telegraph and images of people can I get some sleep sat on trolleys in as we heard early morning early this morning and good morning Wales British Airways response that are leaving a lot to be desired I know sometimes power to ban UK she had Jesus been used just once so this is measures to prevent Fighters returning to the UK.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
following a building fire I want to factory shoe there is a light at the moment it's right near the railway Embankment as well so train services from Swansea to Llanelli a delayed by half an hour so that you could reduce the trains I think slowing parcel seen at this particular point elsewhere back on the main roads busy coming off the M4 and up the A47 to level 73 rather he heard that from Pencoed junction 35 towards Pencoed itself north of the motorway traffic heading towards the end of this said for this morning that's going to get busy as we had throughout the morning and no major delays elsewhere for the M4 itself it as you cross the border of the M5 so both ways at the moment I said um past Burnham-on-Sea and Weston-super-Mare so 2221 both ways Lopez animals on the road at the latest from BBC Radio channel list of a brief look at today's papers recorded.
Sky News
an hour
IRA but questions for Teresa May on the Conservative cuts in security some years ago. And, indeed, on the issue of leadership. It is interesting that this is almost a unique general election, or certainly one we haven't seen for a long time
BBC Radio Ulster
an hour
orange lodges 97 and Ireland 3000 active Orangemen were talking about County Cavan which over the last few decades has seen a big decline in membership of the Orange order for tonight historian quincey Dougan will be talking three key moments in oranges and both in Cavan and the whole Island over the last 200 years he joined just now and where also joined by TD needs Smith who will be attending this event good morning to you both morning country you let me start with you tell us about tonight's event and what the purpose of it is this evening latest Rangers M28 Kinder calendar with past 200 years and proportionately more of those eligible joining them.