MP Hancock resigns from Lib Dems

South Wales Argus: MIke Hancock quit before an internal party disciplinary hearing, the Liberal Democrats said

2:35am Friday 19th September 2014

Disgraced MP Mike Hancock has resigned his membership of the Liberal Democrats, the party has confirmed.

Hormone link to poor maths skills

South Wales Argus: Low hormone levels during pregnancy may be linked to a child's maths' skills, researchers believe

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

Children who are bad at maths could have trouble with numbers because of their mother's hormone levels during pregnancy, a new study suggests.

'Angelina effect' on cancer tests

South Wales Argus: Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy announcement had a positive effect on the number of women in the UK seeking cancer screening

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

Referrals for genetic breast cancer tests more than doubled in the UK as a result of what doctors have dubbed the "Angelina effect".

Cooper backs relationship lessons

South Wales Argus: Yvette Cooper said a 'massive culture change' was needed to stop sexual abuse victims receiving blame

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

Children should receive co mpulsory relationship lessons in order to prevent violence against women, Yvette Cooper has said, in the wake of the Rotherham abuse scandal.

House searched in Alice inquiry

South Wales Argus: Police searching the home of Arnis Zalkalns

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

Forensic searches have been taking place at the home of a Latvian builder named as the prime suspect in the search for schoolgirl Alice Gross.

Militants release hostage video

South Wales Argus: Undated photo believed to be of British hostage, journalist John Cantlie, currently being held by Islamic militants.

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

Islamic militants have released a propaganda video featuring a British hostage believed to be journalist John Cantlie.

Petrol prices up as pound weakens

South Wales Argus: At present East Anglia has the most expensive petrol and diesel in the UK, figures show

12:04am Friday 19th September 2014

A stronger dollar and a pound "weakened by the Scottish referendum" have put the brake on falling petrol prices, according to the AA.

Police in electoral fraud probe

South Wales Argus: Police officers patrol the Emirates Arena in Glasgow as votes are counted

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

Officials at the referendum count in Glasgow are investigating 10 cases of suspected electoral fraud at polling stations.

Cameron to announce reform plans

South Wales Argus: David Cameron is expected to make a major statement on the future of the UK

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

David Cameron is set to announce plans to "protect and enhance" the interests of English voters, as more powers are handed over to Scotland in the wake of its rejection of independence.

Salmond's independence dream over

South Wales Argus: No supporters react to results in the Scottish independence referendum at The Marriott Hotel in Glasgow

1:16am Friday 19th September 2014

Alex Salmond's dream of independence has been shattered after Scotland voted to stay part of the United Kingdom.

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