Wales

Man in serious condition after slitting own throat in court

By Aminah Hafiz A man has slit his throat during sentencing at a UK Magistrates Court The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust.  As such…



UK councils forced to write off millions in business rates

By Stephen Rush Legal loophole forces UK councils to write of millions in unpaid business rates UK councils are being forced to write off millions of pounds in business rates because of a legal loophole, it has been claimed. The Local Government Association (LGA) has said authorities were owed up to…


Latest Brexit News

By Heyami Alghatta Over 4 million sign petition to undo the referendum Public launch legal challenge to block Brexit The EU rejects UK:EU ties 42% Rise in racial hate crime London Independence Over 4.1 million sign protest to undo the Brexit vote the nation now regrets The UK government has…


Police kill man in public after being called to assist him

By Rafiq Ahmed   A man has died after being repeatedly shot with tasers by the police after they had initially been called out to help the man in mental “distress”  Officers from the Dyfed Powys Heddlu force were called to an incident in Llanelli early this morning. In a…




Conservatives are failing the people – leading Tory tells Cameron

By Amy Porter   The government stands accused by a leading Tory thinker of creating a “country for older generations” in which pensioners benefit from constantly rising incomes while the young, their families and children pay the price of punishing policy decisions, including cuts to their tax credits. In a…


Welsh uproar at ‘appalling’ cell phone coverage

By Nelima Aktar Mobile phone users in rural areas have been complaining for some time, that despite the 4G roll-out and network-sharing agreements, signal availability is only getting worse. One resident explained that it takes up to 5 hours to receive one SMS (text message). Montgomeryshire AM Russell George, chairman…


UK Government set to ban smoking in prison cells

The UK Conservative Party are due to start enacting a new law banning smoking in prison cells – despite admitting that it is highly likely guards will now peddle tobacco as an illicit currency By Zaynep Kaya The first stage of the highly controversial ban will come into act in…