Llayby lilly

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  • in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #166179

    Llayby lilly
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    Cheap shot Benjamin, you sound like a lapdog for Lucas yourself…?

    I actually started this thread and most of the contributions have been thoughtful and interesting. For the record I voted to ‘remain’, however I lost. I knew what I was voting for and I was fully informed of what ‘leavers’ were voting for, despite these political lightweights having us believe that ‘leavers’ did not know what they were voting for..! As for Mr Lucas, he is the worst of the lot, I will not be voting for him that’s for sure.

    in reply to: Average waiting times at Wrexham Maelor #162453

    Llayby lilly
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    That’s Labours NHS for you…and silence from Ian Lucas. I suppose he’s too busy undermining his electorate over Brexit?

    in reply to: Church Homeless Shelters #162235

    Llayby lilly
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    I hear from a friend who’s a police officer in the town that already one of the shipping container homes has been broken into? I wonder ‘Rob@ if your able to shed any light on this?
    thank You


    Llayby lilly
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    wrex-it…I’m confident that we can have both, that is meaningful support for people less fortunate and cats in need of protection. I also bet they will have a beautiful building at the end of this for a fraction of the cost of Ty Pawb…it will also look finished and have more foot fall lol

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #161908

    Llayby lilly
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    Bitter Birdman, very bitter?

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #161864

    Llayby lilly
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    Matt, I think Lucas is being disingenuous when he makes reference to ‘this brexit deal’. There is NO brexit deal he would vote for at all. If he can not take forward the wishes of the Wrexham electorate he should do the honourable thing and resign. But as he doesn’t have an honourable bone in his body, then were stuck with him.

    As for the EU referendum question, I though it was quite self explanatory. The option was to remain or leave. Not leave but like this, or Leave but still chained to this institution. If the people of the UK voted leave then leave it should be.

    I believe the negotiations with the EU would have gone much better, with a better outcome if MP’s like Lucas put their own personal opinions to the side and supported the leave agenda, instead MP’s like him have sought to undermine the government at every opportunity and in turn he has undermined the people of Wrexham.

    in reply to: Church Homeless Shelters #161836

    Llayby lilly
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    Is this first come first served and which good Samaritan turns away numbers 11, 12, 13 ….. ?

    Councillor X – I spoke with a friend last night who works with the Salvation Army in town and she told me that this project has already identified 10 homeless people who will have these beds over the next 10 weeks. So in essence this scheme will help the same 10 people. As for all the others, Im not sure?

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    in reply to: Council slow to devlop homeless housing units #161557

    Llayby lilly
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    BIG deal Matt.

    You say this like it’s a magnanimous response to the social problem of homelessness from the faith community. In earlier times the church as a beacon of ‘sanctuary’ to all that needed help and protection. Now the ‘do-gooders’ only seem to be interested in the odd night of help, that is unless your from another country, then they roll out the red carpet and endless ‘meaningful’ support. Not just a plate of food and a can of deodorant to ease their consciences. I for one believe the response has been pretty poor.

    in reply to: Council slow to devlop homeless housing units #161554

    Llayby lilly
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    Where are the ‘bleeding hearts’ from the church and faith sector. I seem to remember they were all out in force on the steps of the Guild Hall when there was the smell of refugee’s in the air…!

    in reply to: HMO’s #161553

    Llayby lilly
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    I wonder if the growing number of HMO’s has something to do with my understanding that there’re changes afoot with housing benefit..? I have heard that single people will only be able to apply for a ‘single room rate’ in shared facilities from HB; hence the demand for HMO’s…?

    I wonder if someone with their ear closer to the ground has heard the same or if any other contributor can shed some light..?

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