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Appeal after 'serious assault' in Cardiff city centre

Police are appealing for information concerning the identity of two men they wish to speak to in connection with an assault outside Sainsbury’s on Queen Street, Cardiff last November.

Credit: South Wales Police

The incident happened at around 2:20am on 22nd November 2014 when two men were assaulted one of whom sustained a badly broken jaw.

Credit: South Wales Police

South Wales Police has published CCTV images of the two people they want to speak to.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact South Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and quote reference 1400436605.

Lib Dems leader cooks up a curry in Cardiff

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has warned that voters could be forced back to the polls before Christmas.

On a visit to Cardiff Mr Clegg warned that only a coalition involving his party could provide "stable" government after the May 7th vote.

Any attempt by the Conservatives or Labour to run a minority government with the support of parties such as Ukip or the SNP would be "a shambles" and would force voters back to the polls he predicted.

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Miriam Gonzalez Durantez watches her husband Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg making a curry during their visit to the restaurant Dabbawalla in Cardiff while on the General Election campaign trail.

The era of the single party government is over. It’s time for the people of Wales to decide who they want in Government. There is a huge amount at stake. The only way to keep Wales safe, stable and fair is with Liberal Democrats in government.

– Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrats

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Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls visits Cardiff

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls says Labour would deliver a "fair deal" for Wales through jobs, skills and more support.

He spoke during a tour of the Panasonic plant in Pentwyn, Cardiff, ahead of Thursday's General Election.

Ed Balls is in Wales today visiting the Panasonic plant in Pentwyn.

Mr Balls also said there would be "sensible spending cuts" outside of health and education.

When asked if he would give a figure on how much Labour would bring the deficit down each year, he replied: "I'm not going to come to Wales and start giving a budget, which will depend upon growth and rising living standards."

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