Captain C

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  • in reply to: Ian Lucas and vote of no confidence #120188

    Captain C
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    GrumpyGit, If you think it’s clever to use language such as that you must be very sad. I would think twice if I was you on referring to Ian Lucas using such terms, don’t forget he is a lawyer and could chew you up and spit you out in a Law Court if he wanted to.
    Regardless of which party you support the representative is allowed his or her opinion and does not have to tow your party line just because you shout out very loud.

    in reply to: Ian Lucas and vote of no confidence #120157

    Captain C
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    My God Grumpy Git you are well named.

    I also have met Mr Lucas and although I never state my politics I found him a very pleasant man who cares about Wrexham and the people who live here.
    Just because he does not agree with you over Corbyn does not make him the person you describe and it takes a lot of guts to declare ones lack of confidence in the leader of his party.

    in reply to: Ian Lucas and vote of no confidence #120071

    Captain C
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    Regardless of ones political leanings I think that if a member of a party feels strongly that the leader is not the right person to lead then he should be able to voice his opinion.

    If Ian Lucas feels that way about Corbyn then he should make that statement and not just be a yes man and he gains my respect for making a stance.

    If the Tories called an election right now they would walk in with an increased majority and this would be the end of Labour. This country needs a strong ruling party but we also need a strong opposition and I’m afraid that under Corbyn’s leadership we have not got that.


    Captain C
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    I did not state that I had a trolley bin or not but pointed out that the council will never admit if they are wrong and always make up a story to claim that it’s not their fault. They have not thought this through and purchased the waggons on the strength of every household receiving the trolleys and then produce a lame excuse when they ceased to deliver after 13,000 of them.


    Captain C
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    What is an unsuitable house for the new trolley bins. They say flats or ones with steps or ones with no gardens but when you drive around you see that they have lots of these trolleys all the way from Holt to Gresford.
    The estates off the Gresford Road. Llay did not receive them but the few houses and barn conversions on the other side of the road did. Why don’t the council own up to the fact that they have not thought it through and stop making up excuses.


    Captain C
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    What the hell is going on. Does the latest news mean we now have more boxes to carry to the end of the drive or do we still get a trolley. Why can’t the council make their minds up and stick with it.

    in reply to: Maelor A&E #118281

    Captain C
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    It would be worth visiting the A&E on a Monday (seemingly this is often a very busy day) and seeing for yourselves.

    People were sitting on the floor and lots of children were waiting there. One gentleman who’s GP had sent in with a heart problem signed him self out after waiting over 6hrs.
    When we arrived (complete with GPs referral and a bed booked) we were told that there were no beds and six people at that time were waiting for a bed. I offered to take my wife home so they could phone when a bed was ready. They said if we left we would go to the bottom of the list even though that would have meant less people taking up space. Although there was lots of people with serious problems there was quite a number with minor things wrong and they amazed me by waiting all that time.
    The problem in the main is not the staff but higher up the ladder and it should be looked into by the NHS.

    in reply to: Maelor A&E #118244

    Captain C
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    and put 2,000 prisoners in the jail.

    My wife was booked in by the Local GP as a emergency and he phoned ahead yesterday. It took 6 hours to get her from the waiting area and then a further 1.5hrs for someone to examine her. She was then finally admitted on to a ward. There were young children waiting with their parents to be seen and then people were told that there was upto 12 hour waiting times.
    This is just not good enough and is not the fault of the staff but the blame must be allocated higher up the ladder.

    in reply to: HSBC Bank #117892

    Captain C
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    The Caergwrle Branch closure will effect customers not just living in Flintshire but people living in Summerhill, Hope,Gwersyllt, Burton, Llay, Penyffordd and even Gresgford. In fact any one who does not want to drive and park in Wrexham or Mold.


    Captain C
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    Do your home work before making statements such as that. Large areas of private houses have not received these boxes,not just council tenants as you state.

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