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Chilldoubt, I actually walk more than 5 miles a day, everyday and don’t own a car of my own! I also don’t park in the hospital myself but I do take very ill and disabled people of all ages to the hospital for various things as part of my employment.
The spaces are taken in the evenings by nurses going on shift. I don’t care if they are late for their shift because of looking for elsewhere to park. The nurses on the ward will have to wait for them before clocking off. Once that happens enough the bosses will have to sort something out!
And as for people being healthy, I agree ( able bodied) should walk more. I also think alcohol, being overweight, and smoking plays a huge part in visits to the hospitals around the country.
But then we can’t just target those people either! Lots of people taking part in sport, DIY etc can end up in A&E so what we do? Just sit and home in a bubble and hope we never get ill?
I’m just annoyed with disabled spaces being abused by people who don’t need them at the hospital.
Chilldoubt how can a disabled person who is in a wheelchair in addition to other problems get a “bus or taxi” instead?
Disabled spaces are for blue badge holders only. There is no defence, no reason or explanation that can possible make it right for someone without a blue badge to park there!
And you suggest a stroll? Again, how can someone with a disability do that?
::: Shakes head::::
The non disabled nursing staff also need to be stopped from parking in the disabled spaces outside the main entrance, particularly in the evenings. It’s not very considerate considering they are working in the caring/nursing profession.
JaneyMarch 28, 2019 at 8:50 am in reply to: Question …. What is Wrexham Council doing to alleviate poverty? #165917
Maybe they should go and get some food off the man who sits outside Sainsburys for hours on end with a suitcase full of donated food! At the end of his shift he dumps the majority of it behind the store according to the manager!
JaneyMarch 26, 2019 at 2:15 pm in reply to: Wales moves to become the first UK country to ban smacking #165789
Nothing big or clever about striking out at a child. There are plenty of other ways to get
a message across than using any degree of violence.
I wouldn’t hit my dog, I wouldn’t hit a child.
Anyone who needs to resort to smacking their own child needs to think hard about why they became a parent into the first place!
Not sure why the station would even be considered as a listed building.
Although I always thought it would have made a great apartment block if someone had the time and energy to do it up.
I wonder why then if only 1 in 10 returning jihadis have been prosecuted that the government has decided to make an example of this girl?
Is it because of media involvement?
Just playing devil’s advocate here : If her only crime is to have married a jihadi then surely every bride of a terrorist should be stripped of citizenship and booted out of the country.
I’ts tricky because she was 15 when she left and perhaps was vulnerable to being influenced and radicalised.
But on the other hand, she said she ” was not phased” when she saw decapitated heads in a bin. And she does seem to justify atrocities carried out by Isis.
I think if her husband had not been arrested she would not have considered returning to the UK at all.
It’s a good opportunity for the government to send a message to any other people considering going overseas to involve themselves with Isis that it could backfire and they might not be allowed back in to the country.
However, I just don’t know if it’s truly legal to remove her citizenship in this way. I think some lawyer will take on her case and it could be long and drawn out.
Are you gobsmacked in a good way or a bad way?
I’m not sure to be honest. I am just surprised he would come back here. I wasn’t aware he was still on the scene!
I am surprised he would take a lesser role if you like as well.
Time will tell if it’s a good move for the club or not.
Now that you mention it, I’ve seen some dodgy characters hanging around lately. But mine are still here lol.
Maybe the council used them for something else or just let the contractors dispose of them.
I know they used the remains of Hightown flat’s demolition for some use on new roads at the time.
Either way, the red brick they had down before was so much nicer.
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