What’s the cost of bringing this in then IMHO? I note from the article that rather than being an attempt to impose the Welsh language on people, this scheme is to support and encourage parents who do wish to raise their children bilingually. I think you’ll find that the amount spent on promoting the language is relatively modest compared to the majority of frontline services. If you come and live in Wales, don’t be too shocked when some of your hard-earned gets spent on boosting the indigenous language.
It’s hard to tell what’s backing them up, but in the picture of the one by Gresford Quarry shared earlier this week it mostly looks like dog poo bags so hardly bulky items. Are they being emptied as regularly as before?
The overall figures are still accurate if you look at the blue bar on the graphs on the Wrexham.com piece, but it does add some good context. I agree that it’s an issue of perception. I never feel unsafe during the day and rarely at night but can’t account for people of different ages or gender.
Not sure that a price war constitutes sabotage though, nor why you would go to the police over it. Unless bus services are either better regulated or renationalised then companies like Arriva will always harvest the most profitable routes.
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