Hospital's floors too hot to stand on

RHONDDA VALLEYS, Wales, May 11 (UPI) -- A new National Health Service hospital in Wales not being used because the floors are too hot to walk on, officials said.

Burberry defends job export to China

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF, Wales, Jan. 25 (UPI) -- British fashion outfitter Burberry has a right to act as a global company and shift production to China, cutting 300 jobs in Wales, a company executive said. Burberry "remains fully committed to Britain," commercial affairs Director Michael Mahony told th

Burberry criticized over exported jobs

LONDON, Jan. 7 (UPI) -- Officials of the Burberry fashion company have come under fire from various celebrities for their recent decision to export 300 jobs to China.

Burberry's China plans scrutinized

TREORCHY, Wales, Jan. 2 (UPI) -- The British Parliament will scrutinize Burberry's plans to close a Wales plant, with the loss of 300 jobs, to make its clothes more cheaply in China. Company executives will be asked to explain to a parliamentary committee the financial justification for

Burberry fans want firm to stay in U.K.

LONDON, Nov. 26 (UPI) -- Prince Charles has joined in the crusade against Burberry's plans to shut down its factory in Wales and move production to China.

Leighton Andrews (born 11 August 1957, in Cardiff) is a Welsh Labour politician, currently the National Assembly for Wales member for Rhondda since 2003.

Born in Cardiff, and brought up in Barry until the age of 11, then in Dorset until attending University in Bangor.

Married to Ann Beynon, BT Director Wales, the couple have two children.

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