Who is Going to Tell Him ?

Home Forums Wrexham.com Forums Wrexham Forum Who is Going to Tell Him ?

  • Author
  • #187137


    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/pharmaceutical-giant-roche-and-welsh-government-at-loggerheads-over-collapsed-covid-19-testing-deal/ar-BB122cTP “A spokeswoman from Roche Diagnostics said: “We maintain that Roche never had a contract or agreement directly with Wales to supply testing for COVID-19.”



    The idea that somebody would declare that they thought they had a contract with a specific company when nothing of the sort actually took place is, of course, absolutely ludicrous. I believe the WAG, even as someone who thinks they’re stuffed with red Tories.

    Whether or not there was a legal contract would be a matter for a court, but the WAG probably and understandably decided they had better things to do at this time.

    I for one am not giving the Westminster government the benefit of the doubt.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by TimRegency.

    Llayby lilly

    Thanks Zinger for that one!

    Timmy, you really are a typical leftie, for once in your life admit that WAG have cocked it up!

    I bet you still believe Kinnock didn’t flout the rules and regs when he drove a few hundred mile to sing happy birthday to his olde dad?




    But he did very much indeed flout the rules and Starmer should have punished him for it. Furthermore, Starmer is a brazen hypocrite for not doing so.

    Next, the WAG may have made a number of mistakes, but I am satisfied that they had a deal with Roche that was rudely interrupted by Whitehall.

Content is user generated and is not moderated before posting. All content is viewed and used by you at your own risk and Wrexham.com does not warrant the accuracy or reliability of any of the information displayed. The views expressed on these Forums and social media are those of the individual contributors.
Complaint? Please use the report post tools or contact Wrexham.com .

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.


Wrexham, Flintshire, Denbighshire and Conwy will enter localised lockdown from Thursday


First Minister asks UK Government to urgently limit people in English hotspots from travelling to Wales


Extra flu vaccine stocks acquired as Wales progresses with largest ever winter protection programme


Air ambulance lands on Acton School field


North Wales field hospitals set up to deal with pandemic to be retained over the winter


Smoking set to be banned at playgrounds and on the touchlines at children’s football matches in Wales