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Liberation of Belsen remembered by Holocaust survivor

A retired fashion designer has recounted her experiences as a teenage Jew in Hungary when she was deported to the infamous concentration camps of Auschwitz and Belsen during the Second World War.

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As I write this column, thousands of people have died of Covid-19, large swathes of the UK economy have been shut down, and, despite support packages worth hundreds of billions of pounds, it is inevitable that businesses will close, bringing a huge loss of jobs.

Welsh Government "badly letting down" vulnerable shoppers

Elderly and vulnerable people who have been told not to leave their homes during the coronavirus pandemic but cannot get priority supermarket slots are being badly let down by the Welsh Government, an MP has said.

Experts leading the way over coronavirus decisions

Decisions on how to tackle the coronavirus outbreak are being led by medical and scientific experts, an MP has reassured.

David Davies has had many worried constituents get in touch about the spread of Covid-19 and its impact.

Llanwenarth flood repairs can't come soon enough

Repairs to the breached flood bank in Llanwenarth Citra have been welcomed by Monmouth MP David Davies.

A large section of the flood barrier behind Mardy Farm – two miles west of Abergavenny – was washed away during Storm Dennis, flooding nearby properties and businesses.

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South Wales suffered the brunt of Storm Dennis, with the Monmouth constituency badly affected by flooding. Those whose homes and businesses were inundated will be devastated and I hope they are afforded every possible assistance.