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Wales Programmes

Sharp End January 31st

It's the day many have been waiting for. Part of Sue Gray's report has finally been published and it has shown a "serious failure" in Downing Street to observe coronavirus standards, while the rest of the country was adhering to laws created in Westminster.

It's not yet known if or when the full report will be published, but the partygate scandal continues to pile pressure on the Prime Minister. Joining Rob Osborne in the studio to discuss Boris Johnson's future is former political advisor Sian Jones and ITV Wales' Political Editor, Adrian Masters. Rhondda MP Chris Bryant from Labour also joins to give his take on the matter.

Plus, getting on the housing ladders is hard wherever you live but it can be made even worse if you're competing for a home with others looking for a second property. It's a growing issue in Wales and Rob has been to Gwynedd to see how second home ownership is affecting people there. He also speaks to the Minister for Climate Change, Julie James MS, to see how the Welsh Government is trying to tackle the issue.

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Wales Programmes