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votetheconcillorsout – Are you a Trump supporter? Calling Tŷ Pawb “failing”, referring to opinions as “facts” (perhaps they are facts of the alternative kind) and, of course, claiming that news you don’t agree is “fake news”.
I’m also wondering – if we were to vote the councillors out, then presumably we’d have to vote a new lot in. Did you have someone in mind?February 9, 2018 at 12:51 am in reply to: Councillor Steps down from Executive Board (merged) #144435
Why did you start a new thread with the same topic as an existing one?
Its 100 years so get over it.
You do realise, I take it, that it is in the news so much lately precisely because it is 100 years?
It’s pathetic that even all this time later there are people who want to put women down.
I wonder if it makes some people feel uncomfortable – e.g. men who don’t want to admit that women are their equals, or acknowledge that many men would not have dared to stand up to authority as the suffragettes did.
Well I’m sure if our councillors use country parks they will pay too, slightly different than a place of work. Unless there’s a secret country park for just councillors and senior officers?
Oh sorry, my mistake, I didn’t realise we should be expected to walk in the rain in pursuit of our own free time activities, but not when it comes to making a personal effort to get to work. I wonder how many people were unable to get to work today because it would have involved walking in the rain. Or maybe it’s only unreasonable to expect councillors to walk in the rain. If only there was some kind of invention that could help, like, say, an umbrella.
Definitely, it seems that children don’t walk anywhere these days, or is it the parents that seem reluctant to use their legs apart from the gym after driving there :)
It’s not just children who can’t be expected to walk in the rain, apparently it’s our esteemed councillors too. See the ‘Signing of Co-operation Protocol’ thread for more details.
I hate to Labour a point but without designated parking where would Councillors and delegates have parked? Drive around for hours to look for a place to park or put them by the Bingo hall and make them walk in the rain?
Now they’re unable to walk in the rain? Good grief, our councillors must be delicate little flowers. If they’re not capable of planning ahead to allow enough time to find a parking spot for a pre-arranged photo opportunity, then I dread to think how badly they make plans on behalf of the council.
I wonder how the photographer managed to get there on time, or the journalist. Do they have designated parking?
… top managers and Councillors NEED to be able to park at ANY time.
… if you let ordinary people park there then Councillors and Top Managers may not be able to come into work.
Wow. Just, wow.
I hope times are never so bad that I have to rely on you to provide me with a compelling defence.
I don’t believe you really think this – it has to be a wind-up.
Before reading this topic I had no intention of going to Ty Pawb when it opens but now I think I might!
Hahahahah. That’s what I’m convinced happened with the thread(s) on free car parking for councillors!
Free parking is not a privilege, its a necessity otherwise there would be chaos at half empty meetings.
Necessity? Oh, please. Meetings are attended, on time, by people all over the world without them needing to have free parking.
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