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Terror clamp down may be 'closing the door after the horse has bolted' says Welsh MP

Labour MP Stephen Doughty says he's concerned that new anti-terrorism measures due to be announced by the Prime Minister could be 'closing the door after the horse has bolted.'

The Cardiff South and Penarth MP is questioning how British people, including some from Cardiff who were known to have militant views, were allowed to travel abroad to join jihadi groups.

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Anti-NATO campaigners hold counter summit

After yesterday's protests in Newport, an anti-Nato counter summit is being held by campaigners at County Hall in Cardiff.

Various speakers and peace activists from across the globe have gathered in the city centre against NATO - an organisation which they say is promoting conflict rather than solving it.

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Yesterday's protests seem to pass peacefully through Newport Credit: ITV News/Richard Morgan

There will be representatives from a number of groups including the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), Stop the War Coalition "No to Nato".

A peace camp has been set up in Newport's Tredegar Park and more than 20,000 protesters are expected to attend the week-long demonstrations.

Newport Council and Gwent Police thanked demonstrators following yesterday's peaceful protest through the city.

Fulham 1 - 1 Cardiff City (FT)

Cardiff City leave Fulham with a point after equalising at Craven Cottage.

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55 - GOAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! City equalise - Kenwyne Jones with his fourth goal of the season! #FFC 1-1 #City

Kenwyne Jones scored for the Bluebirds in the 55th minute in response to a first half goal by Fulham's Tim Hoogland.

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Official Attendance at Craven Cottage this afternoon: 17,508 Our thanks to the 3,000+ fans who have travelled to support us today!

Cardiff travel to London for Fulham fixture

Cardiff City will travel to London to take on bottom of the table Fulham, looking to bounce back following last week's stoppage time defeat to Wolves.

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A late Mark Hudson own goal condemned Cardiff to a late defeat against Wolves last week. Credit: Clint Hughes/PA Wire.

The Bluebirds will be buoyed by their League Cup performance in midweek though - two goals from debutante Federico Macheda saw them defeat League One outfit Port Vale 3-2.

The Italian is now set to make his first appearance in the Championship for Cardiff, with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirming the striker will play some part.

Elsewhere Icelandic midfielder Aron Gunnarsson is a doubt for the game with an ankle injury. Kagisho Dikgacoi on standby for his first league start against his former side.

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