BBC political insight takes interest in Wrexham

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    With Wrexham a marginal town on three counts; at a tipping point in respect of an irretrievable sustainable economic model, under performance compared to nearby localities, and sat on the borders of two countries with a widening policy gap … Wrexham will come under a growing number of commentators microscopes



    Another dimension will be that with so many cuts in services there are likely to be more people putting themselves forward to be either AM’s or Council Members in the next election standing on single issue items in their communities. In the 2017 elections we could see the end of the traditional party politics with more ‘Independents’ taking seats.



    Think it was a good choice of location for the subject matter, although my only criticism would be that Nick Robinson indicated that the job losses have dried up locally which is not the case.

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