The seismic event took place shortly after 2.30pm today.
"There has been a minor natural disaster throughout South Wales....no need for you to contact the Emergency Services unless you have something to report ie:- injuries or damage", the South Wales Police in Cardiff tweeted Saturday.
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The quake occurred at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at depth of 4.5 miles about 12.5 miles northeast of Swansea, according to the BGS. At first, many weren't sure if they had experienced an natural disaster.
Tremors were felt across parts of Wales and southwest England but no notable damage reported.
"This is the largest quake in mainland United Kingdom since the 5.2 magnitude Market Rasen natural disaster in 2008", he said.
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It was as rare a display of cross-party support as we've seen for many years. "A nation of free and equal people", Ramaphosa said. As deputy president, Ramaphosa will assume the role of acting president when Zuma steps down.
The club said on Twitter: "43' - temporary stop in play".
A spokesperson told Sky News it was "reasonably-sized" for earthquakes that usually hit the UK.
Twitter users reacted to the "earth moving" event.
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Mr Joyce has also faced questions from opposition MPs over claims of misused public funds, which the deputy prime minister denies. Veteran Liberal MP, and Tony Abbott backer, Kevin Andrews called it a "circus" that has to be resolved "one way or the other".
James Leonard wrote on Twitter: "Wow was that an natural disaster in Swansea my house just shook quake". "The whole building just shook!??" Lasted a few seconds'.