Republic of Ireland v Wales: Nations League – live! | Football

2.54pm EDT14:54 8 mins: A decent period of play for Ireland. McClean’s low cross from the left is thumped behind by Allen, for an Ireland corner. 2.53pm EDT14:53 6 mins: McClean tackles Allen and then Brooks on the left touchline, leaving the latter on the floor and the crowd roaring. 2.50pm EDT14:50 3 mins: After …

Wales v Spain: international football friendly – live! | Football

3.11pm EDT15:11 23 mins: Wales have a shot! It’s Wilson, from the free kick, but from wide on the right and a fair distance from goal it would have had to be a miracle shot to fly past De Gea, and it was not that. Instead, it looped over the bar. 3.10pm EDT15:10 22 mins: …

Denmark v Wales: Nations League – live! | Football

11.29am EDT11:29 Denmark reached the last 16 of the World Cup, where they were beaten on penalties by Croatia. It’s an odd thing to say about a team who only reached the second round, but they will probably never have a better chance to reach a World Cup final. 10.56am EDT10:56 The teams Denmark (4-3-3) …

Wales v Republic of Ireland, Germany v France and more: Nations League – live!

Live updates as Uefa’s new tournament gets under way Ten things to look out for in this week’s internationals You can email Paul here or tweet him here 8.00pm BST 13 min: The early exchanges in Germany have been surprisingly low quality. Germany are the more muscular side and France quite coy but both have …

UN report criticises use of facial recognition by Welsh police | World news

The use of facial recognition by police in south Wales during a peaceful demonstration has been criticised as disproportionate and unnecessary in a report by the UN special rapporteur on the right to privacy, Joseph Cannataci. He issued the interim report at the end of a two-week visit to the UK to investigate privacy rights. …

BBC staff caught up in claims of sexual assault at Welsh assembly | Media

When BBC journalists began investigating the treatment of staff at the Welsh assembly, they were expecting to find accusations of bullying and mistreatment by politicians. Unexpectedly they uncovered claims of sexual assault against the BBC’s own staff. The corporation sent an anonymous survey to 247 employees who work for assembly members in April. Thirty people …