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Club paid £5m in agent's fees last year
at 19:57 24 Jun 2020

A fairly staggering amount and 2nd highest in league. Somebody''s doing well on the back of the supporters..

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53171064
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Bubble babble
at 21:10 10 Jun 2020

You couldn't make it up...and rules out a manage a trois


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52998806
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Lucy's Law and puppy farming
at 09:39 17 May 2020

A law aimed at tackling so-called puppy farms in Wales is taking too long to be introduced by Professor Drakeford.
Lucy's Law, named after a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel that was rescued from a breeding farm in Wales, has already been introduced by UK Govt in England.
Even though the campaign to introduce Lucy's Law started in Wales by the Many Tears Rescue Centre in Ammanford, the Senedd has dragged its paws and no date has yet been set to bring in the law in Wales. Just to be clear this delay is not a result of COVID 19 as UK Government passed the Regulations in May 2019 and they became law in April 2020.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucy%27s_Law

Lesley Griffiths, Welsh Government's Rural Affairs Minister, addressed the Senedd last week with the following errrr ummmm excuse:
“In relation to Lucy’s law, I’m meeting with the chief veterinary officer and other officials tomorrow to discuss that; as I said in committee last week, it is still a priority for me and for the Welsh Government. Clearly, the legislative programme has had an impact as well, so these are all things that we need to work through.”
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Disunited Britain
at 09:07 8 May 2020

At a time when we are commemorating VE Day as one nation, why on earth can't Johnson, Sturgeon and Drakeford coordinate their respective announcements on COVID 19 lockdown arrangements?

I understand the political imperatives for devolution but surely they should all be sufficiently mature to synchronise both the content and timing of the message?

Churchill oversaw the greatest victory by working with our allies and this bunch of morons today can't even synchronise their watches.
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Lee Trundle phone calls to senior ST holders
at 18:06 30 Apr 2020

My dad, who is 84 and has followed the Swans for 75 years, took a call earlier from Lee Trundle who was phoning senior Season Ticket holders for a chit chat during these difficult times.

Fair play, my dad (and mum) were really impressed and fair play to Lee and the Club because this is what makes me proud to be JB.

Anyone else on PS had or heard of someone else taking a call?
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Gordon Brown - Just what Wales needs now (not)
at 21:12 29 Apr 2020

Really? Jobs for the boys.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52468157?intlink_from_url= https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/wales/wales_politics&link_location=live-reporting-sto
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More undereporting of deaths in our NHS Boards (can't add up)
at 20:36 28 Apr 2020

This time Hywel Dda can't add up:


A second Welsh health board has been found to have under-reported deaths from coronavirus.
A total of 31 deaths within the Hywel Dda health board area in west Wales were not included in Public Health Wales statistics. Taking into account Betsi Cadwallader under reporting, it means a total of 115 deaths across north and west Wales were not initially included in official PHW statistics.
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Shocking COVID 19 double death in Swansea
at 19:09 22 Apr 2020

Swansea NHS worker dies with Covid-19 days after husband's death.

Malcolm was a friend of mine and he drove buses for D Coaches, Rees & Williams Tycroes and FirstCymru. He was an absolute gentleman.

RIP.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52384029
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Clamp down on people visiting second homes
at 18:48 22 Apr 2020

While I think this is right, I think that our politicians are spending too much time on this when they should be sorting out PPE for NHS staff and increasing testing for people.

Second home ownership has always been a divisive subject but I think politicians are exploiting the current situation to unearth old prejudices. If they are serious about the effect outside visitors have on Wales the WG should be battering down UK Govts door about 15,000+ people a day arriving in UK from abroad and walking straighten through immigration control untested.

I am concerned that second home ownership interests the WG more than sorting out our NHS staff's safety.

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Inquiry into Carl Sargent called off
at 20:55 21 Apr 2020

Both parties have agreed to the inquiry being called off 2 and a half years on from Carl's tragic death.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-52369725
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Fox Hunting - what do you think?
at 23:03 20 Apr 2020

Fox Hunting - what do you think?


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Police caught on camera threatening to "make up a charge"
at 17:35 18 Apr 2020

What a caper and where was any attempt at social distancing?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-52338058
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Origin of COVID-19. What do you think?
at 19:45 16 Apr 2020

Origin of COVD-19. What do you think?


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B&Q online virtual queue
at 23:44 13 Apr 2020

I don't know if this is sane or insane, but I just browsed B&Q's website and was put in a "virtual queue" to "limit the number of customers using the website at any one time and to improve customer experience". What on earth is that about??
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Well said Emily Maitlis on Newsnight
at 15:36 9 Apr 2020

Emily Maitlis, host of Newsnight, criticized UK government officials on Wednesday for their language surrounding the coronavirus.

In a clip that has since been widely shared on social media, Maitlis opened Newsnight on Wednesday by rebuking politicians for implying that those with a "fighter" attitude could survive the virus.


https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/emily-maitlis-praised-as-she-slams-language-u
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Fitness - will a young squad give us advantage if the season resumes?
at 21:18 4 Apr 2020

If the season resumes, will our young squad give us an advantage as it must be difficult for players to maintain match fitness when training at home?

Are younger players going to retain fitness more than older players in general across the Championship ?

We have the third youngest average age of championship squads.

https://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/championship/altersschnitt/wettbewerb/GB2
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Collapse of Coronavirus testing deal - who's lying??
at 22:45 1 Apr 2020

WAG says there was a deal with Roche, while they say there wasn't. Who's lying?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-politics-52124187
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What a w@nk
at 19:37 31 Mar 2020

https://www.thejc.com/news/uk-news/bakery-employee-confronts-police-officer-afte
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Help for anyone elderly self isolating in CF15
at 21:41 25 Mar 2020

If any PS people have elderly relatives self isolating in CF15 postal area and they need shopping - please let me know. Would be a pleasure to help.
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When will the next Swans game take place?
at 19:52 21 Mar 2020

When will the next Swans game take place?


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