“It is never going to come to court,” Frank Cranmer a researcher on law and religion at the Cardiff Law School, told me.
I grew up in Cardiff, Wales, where the Jewish community, as in most British cities is relatively healthy but extremely small.
It came half way through a long day of fairly mediocre fare at a theatre in Cardiff, Wales.
The latest portrait of the Queen was unveiled at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff yesterday painted by artist Dan Llywelyn Hall.
Stephens, a sociologist at Cardiff University, has spent years studying the development of “cultured” meat.
Stripped of its filmy housings, naked, muscular and comely, the majestic Cardiff Giant loomed above me!
Cardiff and Swansea are ports connected with the coal and iron trade.
Cardiff as a village antedates the Conquest, but as a metropolis of two hundred thousand, it is quite recent.
But in truth it was not Cardiff from which he fled, but her own restless spirit.
Left Cardiff about six in the morning, and reached Newport about ten, where many came from Pontypool and other parts to hear me.