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    Open question to Wrexham.com
    Two posts that I have submittde regardong an item on next weeks Council Executuve about Education were accepted and then deleted.
    Is there an issue about raising matters about the Council resulting in removal?


    Nothing has been removed recently – and it is worth noting nothing is ‘accepted’ before posting, we do not have any pre-moderation, let alone ability to do so inside milliseconds it takes to post.

    Edit: There are two ‘pending’ threads – one now visible at http://www.wrexham.com/forums/topic/council-report-ignores-problems-highlighted-by-estyn never had that before and all other threads/posts seem fine. There is nothing different about your account either from anyone elses. No idea yet what has happened there!

    Edit 2: It appears the issue is new threads with links in, and the software is pulling that as a possible spammer. This appears to be a new thing as previous new threads have been fine with a link in them.

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    I wondered what had happened when I attempted to start a new thread with a BBC news item with the heart-warming news about how the new Wrexham MP didn’t support some of her disabled constituents to have a decent home. Thanks for explaining, Rob.

    For those interested, here’s gruesome exhibit A:


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