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Covid: Any six people in Wales can meet outdoors from Saturday
20/04/2021 | news | uk | 602
Pubs, restaurants and cafes will also re-open for outdoor service in Wales from next week.
Brexit: Dublin Port trade down 15% compared to last year
19/04/2021 | news | uk | 63
Trade in goods between Ireland and GB is now more difficult due to Brexit-induced checks.
Brexit and Covid blamed as 200 jobs at risk in Ystrad Mynach
16/04/2021 | news | uk | 280
A manufacturing firm is considering shutting a Welsh site due to impact of Brexit and Covid.
Climate change: £40m emissions cut plan from industry in south Wales
15/04/2021 | news | uk | 107
Firms and academics unite in the “massive challenge” to devise a "roadmap to net zero".
Brexit: Lord Frost to meet EU to discuss NI Protocol
14/04/2021 | news | uk | 1,684
Lord Frost and Maros Sefcovic will discuss the UK's "work plan" for the NI part of the Brexit deal.
Covid: Households with immune-supressed adults offered vaccine
14/04/2021 | news | uk | 32
Those over the age of 16 who live with vulnerable adults will all be offered a Covid jab.
Covid in Wales: Opening pubs too soon 'may undo all the good'
13/04/2021 | news | uk | 158
In England you can drink outside pubs now, something you cannot do in Wales for another fortnight.
UK exports to EU rebound partially after January's slump
13/04/2021 | news | business | 3,525
Despite the improvement, exports still remain below 2020 levels, the UK statistics body says.
Brexit prompts JD Sports to open Dublin warehouse
13/04/2021 | news | uk | 285
The firm's imports to GB now incur tariffs when they are distributed onward to its stores across Europe.
Covid: Early queues as Wales' shops reopen after lockdown
12/04/2021 | news | uk | 520
Covid rules are eased to allow non-essential retail and close-contact services to resume.
Covid: Deaths in England and Wales fall 92% since January peak
08/04/2021 | news | uk | 1,848
The drop in England and Wales comes amid efforts to reassure the public about vaccine safety.
Covid: Moderna vaccine UK rollout begins in Wales
07/04/2021 | news | uk | 1,601
The vaccine is the third to be used in the UK, with England's rollout due "in the next few days".
City drivers 'should think twice' before buying SUVs
07/04/2021 | news | business | 1,852
The boss of the RAC Foundation says drivers in urban areas should consider which car is most appropriate.
Covid: Wales' over-50s vaccine target success disputed
06/04/2021 | news | uk | 977
All over-50s and at-risk adults have been offered a vaccine, according to the Welsh government.
Covid passports: Certification is 'one option', vaccines minister says
06/04/2021 | news | uk | 6,540
Introducing Covid status certificates risks creating a "two-tier Britain", critics say.
Test travel regime must be easy and cheap, says PM
06/04/2021 | news | business | 2,291
It comes after airlines criticised plans to make travellers pay for pre and post-travel testing.
NI firms to use EU subsidy rules for Covid recovery loans
06/04/2021 | news | uk | 26
NI firms applying for new Covid recovery loans will have to do so within EU subsidy rules.
Covid: Wales' pubs could reopen and families meet indoors in May
01/04/2021 | news | uk | 974
Two households could be able to meet indoors, and gyms and leisure centres could also open.
Covid: Gym reopening delay in Wales is 'irresponsible'
01/04/2021 | news | uk | 90
Gyms, leisure centres and fitness facilities will be able to reopen from 10 May.
Brexit: UK 'risks falling behind' EU on workers’ rights
31/03/2021 | news | business | 2,191
The EU is working to improve conditions but the UK is not keeping pace, says the TUC.
Covid: Teacher-assessed grades creating too much pressure
31/03/2021 | news | uk | 240
Unions fear students may be overburdened with classroom tests so teachers can justify grades.
Wales warm weather boosts visitor hopes after lockdown
30/03/2021 | news | uk | 193
Tourist spots welcome visitors back as the sun comes out following the easing of lockdown.
Covid: Deaths fall for ninth week in a row in Wales
30/03/2021 | news | uk | 123
Deaths overall are below average for a third successive week in Wales, figures show.
Covid: Wales will prioritise second jabs in vaccine supply slowdown
29/03/2021 | news | uk | 591
Oxford-AstraZeneca supplies will be delayed in April and Wales expects to have 250,000 fewer doses.
Brexit: NI Fishermen 'short-changed' in fish quota
25/03/2021 | news | uk | 108
A fishing organisation spokesperson said Northern Ireland's fish dividend has been "plundered".
Brexit: Welsh ports under threat from post-Brexit trade
25/03/2021 | news | uk | 583
The Welsh government publishes plan to encourage the return of Irish freight to its ports.
Covid: Has the pandemic changed our behaviour for ever?
24/03/2021 | news | uk | 516
How quickly we responded to life without hugs, handshakes and hanging out surprised one academic.
Covid: Wales deaths lowest since October
23/03/2021 | news | uk | 352
Deaths from the virus fall for the eighth week in a row in Wales, ONS figures show.
Covid: Boris Johnson's roadmap very optimistic - Mark Drakeford
22/03/2021 | news | uk | 1,727
Mark Drakeford says he wants to be honest and realistic, not "paint the most optimistic plan I can".
Covid: Supermarket limits lifted as lockdown in Wales eases
22/03/2021 | news | uk | 317
Shops already open can sell non-essential items and garden centres can open from today.
Covid: UK death rate 'no longer Europe's worst' by winter
19/03/2021 | news | health | 6,874
Six other countries were worse affected during the second wave of the pandemic, according to ONS figures.
Covid: Schools warned against overloading pupils
18/03/2021 | news | uk | 94
Researchers say children need "targeted" support rather than trying to "catch up on everything".
AstraZeneca: UK and EU clot reviews confirm safety of vaccine
18/03/2021 | news | health | 2,620
Regulators give reassurance and advice on rare blood clot symptoms, such as headache lasting days.
Covid: Merthyr Tydfil flare-up 'down to loss of discipline'
18/03/2021 | news | uk | 779
Merthyr Tydfil has a seven-day case rate of 159.1 per 100,000 population compared to a Wales average of 43.3.
Covid: NHS in Wales 'will take years to tackle backlog'
18/03/2021 | news | uk | 62
NHS Wales' chief executive says the workforce needs expanding to deal with waiting lists.
Covid: EU plans rollout of travel certificate before summer
17/03/2021 | news | world | 2,081
It will permit travel by those vaccinated, or who have tested negative or recently recovered.
Democracy is in retreat, warns Dominic Raab
17/03/2021 | news | politics | 1,906
Dominic Raab says the UK should use its "clout" to be "a force for good in the world".
Brexit: Trade changes 'challenging' for Welsh car industry
17/03/2021 | news | uk | 469
Industry experts say changes to custom rules will lead to further disruption for the sector.
Covid in Wales: Hold inquiry after pandemic, Mark Drakeford says
16/03/2021 | news | uk | 791
Mark Drakeford's comments come on the anniversary of first death with Covid reported in Wales.
Green Brexit didn't happen, says environmental coalition
16/03/2021 | news | politics | 513
But the government says Brexit enables the UK to set its own rules to deliver better environmental outcomes.
UK to shift foreign policy focus following review
16/03/2021 | news | uk | 1,879
The reassessment of security and defence also paves the way for the UK to increase stocks of nuclear weapons.
Covid: Hairdressers reopen in Wales as lockdown eases
15/03/2021 | news | uk | 382
One salon owners says some of her clients burst into tears on being told they were reopening.
Johnson: Defence reforms 'will help make UK match-fit'
15/03/2021 | news | politics | 582
Boris Johnson promises more investment and jobs ahead of his long-awaited update on the military.
Covid: Wales ministers 'not comfortable' over new supermarket sales rules
14/03/2021 | news | uk | 382
Minister Lee Waters spoke on how non-essential aisles will reopen on 22 March but small shops cannot.
Covid-19: British Airways plans app-based travel pass
14/03/2021 | news | business | 2,896
People who have had both jabs will be able to register their status on BA's smartphone app.
UK exports to European Union drop 40% in January
12/03/2021 | news | business | 8,104
Official figures show a sharp drop in trade in goods with the EU as the Brexit transition period ended.
Brexit: UK delays border checks on EU goods into Great Britain
11/03/2021 | news | politics | 4,819
Ministers say the move will help firms after Covid - but Labour says it "smacks of ill-preparedness".
Brexit: UK acted prevent empty shelves, says Brandon Lewis
10/03/2021 | news | uk | 541
Brandon Lewis defends the decision to extend Brexit check grace periods without the EU's agreement.
Grant Shapps says UK government wants to 'fix' M4 and A55 congestion
10/03/2021 | news | uk | 305
A Westminster review will consider whether Wales' two most congested roads could do with upgrades.
Covid: 'Stay-local' rules likely to differ across Wales
10/03/2021 | news | uk | 665
Minister admits Welsh holiday accommodation reopening over Easter not feasible if rule introduced.
2021 Senedd election: Plaid 'would not be junior partner' in coalition
10/03/2021 | news | uk | 258
A Labour-Plaid coalition government in 2007 saw Plaid's then leader serve as deputy first minister.
Brexit: What will happen when EU-GB grace periods expire?
10/03/2021 | news | uk | 109
Grace periods on goods from GB to NI have been extended but others run out at the end of March.
Parents urged not to pressure teachers over exam grades
09/03/2021 | news | education | 282
Teachers should not be put under pressure by parents over deciding exam grades, says watchdog.
Covid deaths fall for sixth successive week in Wales
09/03/2021 | news | uk | 350
Covid deaths are at their lowest weekly total in Wales since the end of October, official figures show.
School uniform demand drives retail sales rebound
09/03/2021 | news | business | 60
UK retail sales rose 9.5% in February as plans to ease lockdown drove purchases of uniforms and computers.
Brexit: Lord Frost accuses EU of 'ill will' over UK exit
08/03/2021 | news | politics | 3,948
Lord Frost says the EU has "significantly undermined" post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland.
Brexit: Further trade rules relaxed between GB and NI
05/03/2021 | news | uk | 5,144
The UK government is taking the step to ease the movement of plants without the agreement of the EU.
Pubs deluged with beer garden bookings
05/03/2021 | news | business | 1,283
Pubs in England report high demand bookings from the 12 April opening date for beer gardens.
UK found guilty of dirty air breach by EU court
04/03/2021 | news | science | 1,192
The UK is found guilty of “systematically and persistently” breaching air pollution limits.
Brexit: EU says UK grace period extension breaches international law
03/03/2021 | news | uk | 4,582
The latest Brexit flare up is over checks on goods to NI, which remains in the EU's single market.
Covid: School return chance for more pupils before Easter
03/03/2021 | news | uk | 297
Schools will be able to offer some sessions to years 7, 8 and 9 but it will not be a full return.
Volvo Cars to go fully electric by 2030
02/03/2021 | news | business | 569
The Swedish firm is to phase out all models with internal combustion engines over the next few years.
Covid: Police facing 'greater hostility' when enforcing rules
01/03/2021 | news | uk | 660
Rule breaking is "incredibly frustrating" for officers, says chair of the South Wales Police Federation.
Smoking banned at hospitals and playgrounds in Wales
01/03/2021 | news | uk | 351
It is the first ban of its kind in the UK but a step too far say smokers' rights group.
Covid-19: Critical care beds shortage prompts calls for review
01/03/2021 | news | uk | 743
The UK has 7.3 critical care beds per 100,000 people, compared to Germany's 33.8 and the US's 34.3.
England must accept ref calls - Jones
27/02/2021 | sport | rugbyunion | 1,691
England's coach and captain both refuse to lay blame on defeat by Wales on two controversial refereeing calls.
Brexit: Welsh exports to Irish Republic 'hindered by wrong ink'
26/02/2021 | news | uk | 353
CBI Wales says authorities in the Irish Republic are "zealous" when checking goods coming in.
Covid-19: Foster has 'full confidence' in NI's medical adviser
25/02/2021 | news | uk | 517
Arlene Foster says she supports Dr Michael McBride but that only politicians take lockdown decisions.
Post-Brexit trade: Boris Johnson calls for eat British fish campaign
25/02/2021 | news | politics | 2,437
The PM promises action to boost the industry - but Labour says his Brexit deal threatens jobs.
Brexit: NI leaders at odds on Irish sea border meeting
24/02/2021 | news | uk | 3,543
Arlene Foster says the EU was 'tone-deaf' but Michelle O'Neill says the meeting was "constructive".
Lockdown: 'England has better vision for easing lockdown'
23/02/2021 | news | uk | 872
Pub landlord Paul Slater says he is frustrated at the lack of information from the Welsh Government.
Brexit: DUP says NI Protocol could cause political instability
22/02/2021 | news | uk | 2,353
The DUP urges No 10 to scrap the mechanism, but a government minister says issues can be resolved.
Brexit: NI supermarkets face new rules for GB meat products
22/02/2021 | news | uk | 166
An export health certificate is now required for produce such as sausages and minced meat.
2021 Senedd election: Parties 'must engage with teenage voters'
22/02/2021 | news | uk | 399
The Senedd election on 6 May will be the first time under-18s can vote in Wales.
Hospitality suppliers: 'It’s not just a case of turning on a switch'
21/02/2021 | news | business | 41
Firms across the supply chain say notice and certainty are key to a full menu being available post-lockdown.
Covid-19: Johnson still working on 'roadmap' to ease lockdown
19/02/2021 | news | politics | 1,617
Ministers will "crunch the numbers" over the weekend, amid pressure to reduce Covid restrictions.
Sir Keir Starmer: Savings scheme would boost UK's recovery post-Covid
18/02/2021 | news | politics | 6,966
The Labour leader says there can be "no return to business as usual" as he sets out post-Covid policies.
Covid: School pupil catch-up money lower in Wales, report finds
18/02/2021 | news | uk | 409
But a think tank report finds a bigger share of Wales' funding is targeted at poorer pupils.
National Theatre shelves European touring after Brexit
17/02/2021 | news | entertainment | 1,247
The venue says a "lack of clarity" about visas and permits makes such tours "not financially viable".
Brexit: NI Protocol is 'only solution' despite challenges
16/02/2021 | news | uk | 2,219
EC vice president Maros Sefcovic says the NI deal is "administratively extremely challenging".
UK to appeal to individual European countries over arts touring 'crisis'
16/02/2021 | news | entertainment | 1,446
The government says it hopes to open negotiations with individual European nations "very shortly".
Powys health board warning amid rise in cases
16/02/2021 | news | uk | 164
Cases have risen "sharply" in Powys, the board says, with the third-highest case rate in Wales.
Covid: Vaccine roll out rate can now 'fly' in Wales
15/02/2021 | news | uk | 524
It comes as research looks at whether jabs will become regular and routine like the flu.
Covid: Future lockdowns in Wales not ruled out
15/02/2021 | news | uk | 495
Boris Johnson's plan for England is a "cautious but irreversible" removal of restrictions.
Wales edge out 14-man Scots in thriller
13/02/2021 | sport | rugbyunion | 3,003
Wales edge out 14-man Scotland in a mesmeric thriller at Murrayfield to maintain their 100% start to their Six Nations campaign.
Covid: Wales 'first in UK to hit February vaccine target'
12/02/2021 | news | uk | 710
Everyone in top four priority groups will have been offered a Covid jab by Friday, ministers claim.
Covid: How many people have been vaccinated in Wales?
12/02/2021 | news | uk | 331
Nearly 716,000 people in the top priority groups have been given their first doses of Covid vaccines.
Brexit: Trade friction 'not teething problems'
12/02/2021 | news | uk | 1,034
Jeremy Miles MS says it is irresponsible for UK officials to claim trade changes were "unexpected".
Brexit trade deal leaves Welsh fishermen 'devastated'
12/02/2021 | news | uk | 325
New rules could create a "perfect storm" for the £39m sector, says Welsh Fishermen's Association.
UK and EU hold 'frank but constructive' talks on NI trade rules
12/02/2021 | news | politics | 3,791
The two sides vow to implement the Northern Ireland Protocol and "address all outstanding issues".
Brexit: DUP boycott Brexit discussion with Irish TDs
10/02/2021 | news | uk | 1,059
It comes as NI businesses tell MPs they need longer "grace periods" for Irish Sea border checks.
Brexit: Stena Line 'committed to Wales' despite traffic drop
10/02/2021 | news | uk | 25
Lorries using routes from Holyhead and Fishguard have fallen by 50% since January.
EU vaccine export row: Irish government 'in talks' with European Commission
09/02/2021 | news | world | 401
Officials are trying to work out ways of avoiding more controversies involving Northern Ireland.
Brexit worse than feared, says JD Sports boss
09/02/2021 | news | business | 4,918
Chairman Peter Cowgill says the new EU trade deal has meant "double-digit millions" in extra costs.
Covid in Wales: Early voting proposed if Senedd election delayed
09/02/2021 | news | uk | 437
It comes as the UK and Welsh governments disagree on whether early voting should take place.
Music stars raise pressure over EU touring
08/02/2021 | news | entertainment | 273
Radiohead, Ronan Keating and Sir Elton John call for the government to "renegotiate" Brexit terms.
Covid in Wales: Booster jab 'may be needed to tackle variants'
08/02/2021 | news | uk | 154
Health minister says people "should take comfort" that vaccines are effective against most variants.
Covid: Fire service to help with vaccine roll-out
08/02/2021 | news | uk | 12
People aged over 70 in three parts of Wales will be able to get help to and from vaccination centres.
Brexit: NI firms' increased costs 'linked to red tape'
08/02/2021 | news | uk | 98
Northern Ireland firms saw costs rise at the highest rate in the UK due to higher shipping costs.
Wales hold on to beat 14-man Ireland
07/02/2021 | sport | rugbyunion | 1,751
Wales overcome 14-man Ireland to win a tense 2021 Six Nations opener in Cardiff.
Covid: Wales 'not ready' for full school reopening
05/02/2021 | news | uk | 830
The education minister confirms children aged three to seven will return to school on 22 February.
Brexit: Arlene Foster says unionism coming together to oppose Protocol
04/02/2021 | news | uk | 4,653
DUP leader Arlene Foster accuses the British government of "sleepwalking" into NI's Brexit arrangements.
UK government 'in denial' over EU seafood and fish exports
04/02/2021 | news | uk | 888
Seafood and fishing industry bodies highlight post-Brexit export problems to MPs on the Scottish Affairs Committee.
UK and EU in 'constructive discussions' over NI trade row
04/02/2021 | news | politics | 216
Both sides have vowed to "work intensively" to solve post-Brexit trade problems in Northern Ireland.
PM urges EU action to ease Brexit tensions in NI
03/02/2021 | news | politics | 5,194
The UK wrote to the bloc calling for lighter enforcement of rules as port staff face threats over checks.
Covid: 'Earlier lockdown in Wales could have saved more lives'
02/02/2021 | news | uk | 735
Health Minister Vaughan Gething says, with hindsight, different decisions would have been made.
Scotch Whisky Association reports £500m loss after US tariffs
02/02/2021 | news | uk | 623
Figures suggest exports of single malt have fallen by a third since a 25% tariff was imposed in 2019.
Covid: Hospitals 'still full' despite falling new cases
01/02/2021 | news | uk | 580
Hospitals remain "full" of coronavirus patients, despite numbers of cases dropping across Wales.
Lost school time 'could cost pupils £40,000 in earnings'
01/02/2021 | news | education | 1,030
Institute for Fiscal Studies warns the "long-run costs" of the pandemic will hit children disproportionately.
Covid: Wales' school return could start after half-term
29/01/2021 | news | uk | 1,065
Primary children may start a phased return to school next month if Covid rates continue to fall.
Covid: EU-AstraZeneca disputed vaccine contract made public
29/01/2021 | news | world | 14,137
The European Commission argues the drug-maker is failing to fulfil its promises on the Covid jab.
Covid vaccine: Single-dose Johnson & Johnson jab is 66% effective
29/01/2021 | news | health | 3,713
An international trial shows the jab gives complete protection against hospitalisation and death.
Covid vaccine in Wales: Over-80s take-up varies by health board
28/01/2021 | news | uk | 496
Vaccination figures show a different picture in how many over-80s have taken up first doses.
Boris Johnson says independence debate 'irrelevant' to most Scots
28/01/2021 | news | uk | 14,052
Boris Johnson says most people in Scotland are focused on defeating Covid rather than another referendum.
Covid: Ten South African coronavirus variant cases in Wales
27/01/2021 | news | uk | 574
All the variant cases were recorded in people who had been abroad, a senior official says.
Brexit: Lough Neagh eels can't be sold in Britain
27/01/2021 | news | uk | 558
Fishermen seek new buyers for 50 tonnes of eels, worth £500k, that can no longer be sold in London.
Brexit: Scotland in talks over EU Erasmus scheme
26/01/2021 | news | uk | 2,301
The Scottish government wants to keep Scotland involved with the EU's education programme.
Covid vaccines: Not clear if Wales has hit over-80s target
25/01/2021 | news | uk | 693
Vaughan Gething says he will not know if the target was hit for another day or two.
Gordon Brown: Trust has broken down in way UK is run
25/01/2021 | news | politics | 4,134
The UK's nations and regions are being treated as if they were "invisible", the former PM warns.
Brexit: Retailers warn they could burn goods stuck in EU
22/01/2021 | news | business | 2,921
UK retailers may abandon goods EU customers want to return because it is cheaper than bringing them home.
Brexit: Nissan commits to keep making cars in Sunderland
22/01/2021 | news | business | 5,149
The Japanese car maker has told the BBC its Sunderland plant is secure for the long term.
Covid-19 vaccines: Health minister accused of 'misleading' over claim
21/01/2021 | news | uk | 1,724
Vaughan Gething says he made a "mistake" after claiming most over 80s had received their first dose.
Brexit: Lamb exporter to EU 'making virtually nothing'
21/01/2021 | news | uk | 1,056
Powys meat processing plant warns the extra cost of selling into the EU could mean major job losses.
Musicians 'failed by government' over EU touring, stars say
20/01/2021 | news | entertainment | 924
Some of the UK's biggest music stars sign an open letter demanding action over post-Brexit touring.
Brexit: Fishing firms hold London protest over disruption
18/01/2021 | news | politics | 8,431
Boris Johnson promises £23m in compensation for exporters which have lost orders due to delays.
Trampoline prices 'to soar 50% on shipping costs'
18/01/2021 | news | business | 1,202
The owner of a toy retailer says high transport costs may mean larger toys become more expensive.
Covid: NHS given 'as many vaccines as it can cope with'
17/01/2021 | news | uk | 117
There has been criticism that the rollout has been slower in Wales than in other parts of the UK.
Brexit: 'Most difficult week I've had in this job in 20 years'
15/01/2021 | news | business | 2,663
Some hauliers say they have faced long delays and fear things will get worse before they get better.
EU blames UK after outcry over end to visa-free touring for musicians
14/01/2021 | news | entertainment | 2,839
Brussels points the finger at the British government for problems facing musicians and crews.
Brexit: Ministers accused of fishing compensation U-turn
14/01/2021 | news | politics | 1,556
On Wednesday the PM said businesses hit by post-Brexit problems would receive support.
Tesco: Brexit disruption 'is a challenge not a crisis'
14/01/2021 | news | business | 1,577
New Brexit trade rules mean Britain's biggest supermarket faces problems importing some fruit, meat and ready meals.
Brexit will increase food supply chain costs, warn business groups
13/01/2021 | news | business | 1,774
More red tape after the EU trade deal will raise food and manufacturing costs, business groups tell MPs.
Brexit: Supermarkets call for action on NI food supplies
12/01/2021 | news | uk | 587
Retailers have been grappling with problems importing some products from Great Britain
Covid-19 deaths pass 5,000 mark in Wales
12/01/2021 | news | uk | 566
Cwm Taf Morgannwg saw the highest number of weekly deaths and the highest number since April.
Brexit: UK driver has ham sandwiches confiscated at Dutch border
11/01/2021 | news | world | 5,522
Dutch TV films officials confiscating ham sandwiches from UK drivers under new food import rules.
Covid: All over-50s in Wales to be offered jab by spring
11/01/2021 | news | uk | 1,241
The new Welsh Government vaccine plan says all eligible adults will be offered a jab by the autumn.
Brexit: M&S temporarily cuts hundreds of products in NI
08/01/2021 | news | business | 11,810
Criticism of new Brexit trade rules is growing as firms warn of more bureaucracy, higher costs and delays.
Brexit barriers for the arts 'heartbreaking'
08/01/2021 | news | uk | 305
Industry leaders say uncertainty over future funding is causing concern.
Covid: Half of patients at some hospitals have virus
07/01/2021 | news | health | 2,650
More than half the patients at some hospitals have the virus, forcing other care to be cut back.
Cancelled GCSEs and A-levels in England must avoid 'shambles'
06/01/2021 | news | education | 45
Head teachers warn replacement grades for GCSEs and A-levels must not repeat last year's "disaster".
Calls for clarity for university students in Wales on return
06/01/2021 | news | uk | 267
Current Welsh Government advice for students in Wales is not to return to university until notified.
Government offers firms new grants to survive lockdown
06/01/2021 | news | business | 2,322
Business groups welcomed the new help as a good start but said more aid and a clear plan would be needed.
Covid: Wales' school closures has 'grave consequences for children'
05/01/2021 | news | uk | 378
School leaders and politicians question whether the two-week classroom closure is enough.
EU firms refuse UK deliveries over Brexit tax changes
04/01/2021 | news | business | 8,377
Some EU specialist firms stop delivering to the UK because of tax changes that took effect on 1 January.
Brexit: Fresh test for Irish Sea trade border processes
04/01/2021 | news | uk | 711
As businesses return to work after Christmas, the amount of freight moving through NI will increase.
Covid: Regional rules 'probably going to get tougher', says Boris Johnson
03/01/2021 | news | politics | 12,813
Boris Johnson says more areas may need tougher rules, as Labour urges England-wide curbs within 24 hours.
Who makes your Team GB women's football XI?
01/01/2021 | sport | football | 1,041
Select your Team GB women's football starting XI ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Brexit: Johnson hails UK's 'freedom' moment as EU era draws to close
31/12/2020 | news | politics | 3,342
The government insists borders systems will cope when changes to trade and travel kick in at 11pm.
Brexit: New EU trade arrangements to begin after Parliament vote
31/12/2020 | news | politics | 6,478
The UK's hard-fought agreement with the EU is set to come into force at 23:00 GMT on Thursday.
Coronavirus: Government urged to use pharmacies to give vaccine
30/12/2020 | news | business | 933
Pharmacies ask government to employ its high street network to accelerate delivery of newly approved vaccine.
Brexit: Boris Johnson hails free trade deal with EU
24/12/2020 | news | politics | 11,428
The deal between the UK and EU ends months of arguments over business rules and fishing rights.
Brexit: Boris Johnson set to unveil trade deal with EU
24/12/2020 | news | politics | 5,448
Officials on both sides are hammering out the final details ahead of an expected announcement.
Brexit: EU-UK trade deal expected, as cabinet briefed
24/12/2020 | news | politics | 12,629
Officials continue to thrash out final details, after weeks of argument over fishing and business rules.
Lufthansa airlifts food to the UK amid lorry chaos
23/12/2020 | news | business | 543
The German airline is flying in fresh fruit and vegetables for shops such as Tesco and Sainsbury's.
How dependent is the UK on the EU for food?
23/12/2020 | news | business | 635
France's ban on freight from Britain caused havoc for lorry drivers, but will it affect shoppers?
EU and UK in 'final push' for post-Brexit trade deal
22/12/2020 | news | politics | 3,496
Talks are continuing in Brussels, with less than 10 days to go until the UK leaves EU trading rules.
Ports chaos 'bad for trust and post-Brexit trade'
22/12/2020 | news | business | 1,699
The food industry says port disruption makes it hard for foreign firms to trust UK exporters post-Brexit.
Brexit: Johnson resists calls to extend transition into 2021
22/12/2020 | news | politics | 8,878
Boris Johnson says his position is "unchanged", as time for the UK and EU to reach a deal runs short.
Brexit: EU trade deal 'important for shoppers too'
22/12/2020 | news | uk | 115
A "tax" would be added to the price of everyday items without a deal, a manufacturing employer says.
Brexit: No trade deal unless 'substantial shift' from EU, UK says
20/12/2020 | news | politics | 11,732
With a decision expected before Christmas, UK sources say it is increasingly likely there will be no deal.
'Just a few hours' left to agree Brexit trade deal, says Michel Barnier
18/12/2020 | news | politics | 13,556
Michel Barnier says it is now "the moment of truth", while Boris Johnson warns of "difficult" talks.
Brexit: Firms stockpiling over Brexit border 'anxiety'
18/12/2020 | news | uk | 200
A Wales-Ireland ferry route sees its busiest-ever three weeks as businesses prepare for 1 January.
Brexit: Trade talks in 'a serious situation' says Boris Johnson
17/12/2020 | news | politics | 9,148
The PM and the EU Commission head speak again by phone, and acknowledge differences remain.
Brexit: 'Narrow path' in view for trade deal - EU chief
16/12/2020 | news | politics | 5,963
The president of the EU Commission says the "next few days" will be decisive for trade negotiations.
Brexit: Hornby stops non-UK orders due to price confusion
16/12/2020 | news | business | 500
The model train maker says it's in a difficult position and has paused all international orders until January 2021.
Brexit: UK wants EU trade deal but not 'at any cost' - Boris Johnson
15/12/2020 | news | politics | 2,937
UK and EU negotiators are trying to agree a post-Brexit trade deal by 31 December.
UK offers 'mutual aid' to Covid-hit Welsh hospitals
15/12/2020 | news | uk | 270
English NHS offers to take Welsh coronavirus patients - but Matt Hancock is accused of posturing.
Brexit: UK and EU restart trade talks after leaders' call
14/12/2020 | news | politics | 9,840
A final decision on a deal was expected on Sunday, but the two sides sent negotiators back to the table.
Sizewell C: Government in talks to fund £20bn nuclear plant
14/12/2020 | news | uk | 700
Officials will hold discussions with France's EDF about funding the Sizewell C project in Suffolk.
Brexit: More trade talks 'give hope' to businesses in Wales
14/12/2020 | news | uk | 41
More trade talks mean a deal is still possible, the organisation CBI Wales says.
Brexit trade talks: UK and EU to 'go the extra mile' in effort to agree deal
13/12/2020 | news | politics | 12,651
Ursula von der Leyen says talks were "constructive", but Boris Johnson warns no deal is "most likely".
Brexit: UK-EU talks continue as Navy boats put on standby
12/12/2020 | news | politics | 5,580
Four Navy boats get ready to patrol UK fishing waters in event of no deal, as negotiations resume.
Brexit: PM and EU say trade deal unlikely by Sunday
11/12/2020 | news | politics | 18,053
Boris Johnson urges Brussels to make a "big change" as the deadline set by the two sides approaches.
Brexit: 'Unacceptable risk' Wales' ports not ready
11/12/2020 | news | uk | 244
MPs are concerned that neither Holyhead nor Fishguard will be ready for new customs checks.
Brexit: Malcolm Turnbull tells UK 'be careful what you wish for' over EU trade
11/12/2020 | news | politics | 1,894
Malcolm Turnbull tells BBC Question Time his country's arrangement with the EU has "large barriers".
Brexit: EU sets out plans in case trade talks with UK fail
10/12/2020 | news | world | 7,009
The EU's contingency plans for "no deal" include measures to ensure smooth air and road travel.
Brexit: Trade talks 'unlikely' to go beyond Sunday, says Dominic Raab
10/12/2020 | news | politics | 2,574
The EU has set out the measures it would take if no trade deal is agreed with the UK.
Covid in Wales: Record high case rates in half of council areas
09/12/2020 | news | uk | 982
Twelve council areas in Wales hit their highest Covid-19 case rates since the pandemic began.
Honda pauses production after UK port woes
08/12/2020 | news | business | 1,304
The Japanese carmaker temporarily stops production at its Swindon plant after UK ports congestion.
Oxford Covid vaccine 'safe and effective' study shows
08/12/2020 | news | health | 2,210
The peer-reviewed work in the Lancet medical journal confirms the vaccine is 'safe and protects'.
Brexit: PM says 'sweet reason' can get UK and EU to trade deal
08/12/2020 | news | politics | 4,967
Boris Johnson says "hope springs eternal" ahead of a meeting with the European Commission president.
Brexit: MPs reinsert controversial sections of Internal Market Bill
07/12/2020 | news | politics | 2,450
But in a possible compromise, ministers said they could remove the measures if trade talks succeed.
Brexit: Trade talks 'have reached critical stage'
07/12/2020 | news | politics | 9,859
The UK says it is still working for a deal, but the EU's mood is described as "gloomy".
Scotland's health chiefs warn of no-deal Brexit risk
07/12/2020 | news | uk | 857
Patient care could be put at risk if an agreement is not made before the 31 December departure date.
Brexit: UK-EU trade talks continue as 'sticking points' remain
07/12/2020 | news | politics | 9,302
EU sources say the two sides are nearing an agreement on access to UK waters by EU fishing fleets.
Brexit stalemate: Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen seek to break trade deal deadlock
05/12/2020 | news | politics | 8,914
EU and UK negotiators call in leaders in last ditch effort to secure a trade deal.
Post-Brexit trade talks paused amid 'significant divergences'
04/12/2020 | news | politics | 8,163
Boris Johnson and European Commission chief Ursula Von Der Leyen will seek to break deadlock on Saturday.
Brexit: Time running out as Brexit trade talks restart
04/12/2020 | news | politics | 4,655
The UK warns chances of a breakthrough are "receding", as it negotiates with the EU over business rules.
Brexit: Red meat industry 'cannot be ready at end of transition'
04/12/2020 | news | uk | 148
The industry, which generates sales of £1.4bn, asks the UK government for a year-long grace period.
Coronavirus: UK got vaccine first because it's 'a better country', says Gavin Williamson
04/12/2020 | news | politics | 4,358
The EU says vaccines are not a "football competition" after Education Secretary Gavin Williamson's comment.
Brexit: 'Prospect of breakthrough receding' in UK-EU talks
03/12/2020 | news | politics | 7,540
Talks continue, as a source tells the BBC that Brussels are "bringing new elements into the negotiation".
Brexit: It's nearly now or never for UK-EU trade deal
03/12/2020 | news | politics | 1,995
As pizza-fuelled talks continue into the night, there appears to be stuff worth chewing over.
Brexit trade: 'Serious disruption' risk at Channel post-transition period
02/12/2020 | news | politics | 2,709
Ministers are "taking limited responsibility" for readiness ahead of the transition period ending, MPs say.
Covid: Brains to close more than 100 pubs due to Wales' alcohol rules
01/12/2020 | news | uk | 650
Most of its 1,500 staff will be put on furlough while the measures are in force, Brains says.
Covid: Alcohol ban for Welsh pubs and restaurants from Friday
30/11/2020 | news | uk | 4,254
Pubs and restaurants will have to shut at 6pm and will not be able to serve alcoholic drinks.
Brexit: UK in 'last leg' of trade talks with EU, says Raab
29/11/2020 | news | politics | 5,951
The foreign secretary said a deal was possible if the EU side showed "pragmatism" in the coming days.
Wales 13-24 England
28/11/2020 | sport | rugbyunion | 1,964
England will face France in the Autumn Nations Cup final following a 24-13 win over an improved Wales in Llanelli.
Covid in Wales: Greater restrictions for pubs ahead of Christmas
27/11/2020 | news | uk | 1,429
Bowling alleys and indoor entertainment venues will also have to close under new restrictions.
Brexit: Barnier arrives in UK for face-to-face talks
27/11/2020 | news | politics | 6,943
The EU's Michel Barnier arrived in London on Friday evening, as the two sides try to agree a deal.
Brexit: M&S warns that 15% of food lines may be unavailable in NI
26/11/2020 | news | uk | 451
Retailer Marks & Spencer says that some of its food product lines may be unavailable in January.
Post-Brexit UK trade law threatens devolution, Senedd members warn
26/11/2020 | news | uk | 125
Senedd members warn a new law could "profoundly" limit the powers of the Welsh Parliament.
Over-55s growing less satisfied with the BBC, Ofcom says
25/11/2020 | news | entertainment | 2,752
Satisfaction with the BBC among its most loyal audiences is showing "signs of waning", Ofcom says.
Brexit: NI businesses facing 'very, very difficult' January
25/11/2020 | news | uk | 200
There are "low levels of preparedness" over Brexit as firms deal with the pandemic, a civil servant warns.
UK car industry warns of £55bn no-deal Brexit hit
24/11/2020 | news | other | 441
Big losses will be seen in the next five years if the UK fails to strike a deal with the EU, the sector warns.
Brexit: Hauliers fear 'mayhem' at Holyhead port
24/11/2020 | news | uk | 525
There are claims Holyhead port will not be ready for the end of the Brexit transition period.
Tighter Covid restrictions in Wales before Christmas considered
23/11/2020 | news | uk | 483
Health minister says changes to Covid-19 rules could bring Wales in line with other parts of the UK.
EU ultimatum to UK over Brexit talks
10/09/2020 | news | politics | 11,728
Drop plans to rewrite withdrawal agreement by end of month or risk scuppering trade deal, UK is told.