his week's show marked the last day of this year's local elections. By the time you read this, you'll know who represents you and your area.
Even though I'm not very political, I've thoroughly enjoyed interviewing many candidates, who have all been lovely to talk to and did well in answering tough questions from local residents.
As always, I hope you enjoy reading some of the latest news I covered on my show. And remember, I'm on Newport City Radio every Wednesday at 5-7PM.
Today marks the end of Parliament and the beginning of campaigning for the General Election. It's obvious that people are voting with Brexit in mind, during this election. It's also obvious that by the end of this election, we'll either have Corbyn or May negotiating the Brexit deals.
Q) Who do you want negotiating Brexit deals?
An hour before the show, Theresa made a public speech, addressing the election and Brexit. (Play Audio)
Source: BBC News
Young homebuyers are increasingly relying on the bank of mum and dad, or financial help from friend, in order to be able to get a mortgage on a house.
The bank of mum and dad actually now helps fund 26% if home purchases, according to Legal & General statistics.
The average parents are giving their child £21,600 to help them buy a house. millennials get even more, according to the dame Legal & General statistics.
Q) How does this affect the economy?
Q) What do you think needs to be done to help this growing problem?
Source: Sky News
Last week, we talked about Labour's promises to increase pay for NHS staff and a softer Brexit.
This week, they've made promises to put 10,000 more police officers on the streets of the UK, if they get elected. They've also promised to halt NHS plans intended to better co-ordinate local services because of concern they're a vehicle for cuts.
Q) Is more police officers something the UK needs?
Source: The Guardian
Source: Sky News