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Wales Programmes

Sharp End October 18th

The row over who pays to make old coal tips safe rumbles on, so Rob Osborne's been to Wattstown as remedial work begins and speaks to Finance Minister Rebecca Evans ahead of next week's UK Government spending review.

Elsewhere, as House of Commons business was paused for tributes to Sir David Amess, Owain Phillips joins Rob to discuss what it means for the security of MPs and MSs here. Ahead of COP26, Carole Green's been to Iceland, the Deeside-based supermarket, to speak to managing director Richard Walker. And as the Royal College of Nursing enters a trade dispute with the Welsh Government over its pay offer, the union's director talks to Rob about staff morale and whether they'll strike.

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