MargaretA

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  • in reply to: Ty Pawb and Drug Paraphernalia #181781

    MargaretA
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    https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/shocking-scene-drug-squalor-town-17838059

    The Daily Post carry an article today about drug use in the stairwells of Ty Pawb. Before the refurbishment of the People’s Market this was a perennial problem and the Council never managed to eradicate it. Having spent many millions on creating a family atmosphere within Ty Pawb it is disappointing to read the problem has returned. Hopefully the Council will step up their cleaning regime and closely monitor the stairwells to prevent the same problem taking a hold again.

    How are people gaining access here? Aren’t the areas secure?

    in reply to: What shall i do with my garden waste now? #181237

    MargaretA
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    How will the refuse collectors know if I have paid my fee to empty the bin. Will they have a list of all residents who have paid.?

    You’ll be sent a label to put on your bin. Simples!

    in reply to: Groves and Nine Acre #180993

    MargaretA
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    Goodness Derek you must have some friends with loose tongues in the council, it’s definitely going to be Rhosddu school – bursting and needing new premises as you say – and just round the corner – Ysgol Rhosddu Naw Erw

    Not St Mary’s?

    in reply to: Our MP is off to a flying start… #180943

    MargaretA
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    At least Ian Lucas had an office and local staff doing casework –
    Layby Lilly – where is Sarah Atherton office — how many local caseworkers does she have and where do they hide- as an MP she has the funds for a local office and team — has she been drawing this from day one?
    Holding a ‘surgery; in the open in the middle of Wrexham cannot be defined as a community surgery session!
    She needs to wake up to the issues of Devolution — why is she speaking with the Westminster Health Minister when Health is devolved to Welsh Government – they are the ones that are failing and need to be brought to account – a Westminster Health Mister can do nothing.
    She wants to set up a Town Business Forum — why on earth can’t she engage with the existing groups rather than thinking she needs her own!
    Can someone please let me know where I can find out about when and where her surgery sessions are held as there is nothing on her web site!

    Talk is easy. But Ms Atherton does seem a little light on facts. From the omission of Welsh from her election leaflets, to the role of devolution.
    We have business groups and forums coming out of our ears! Come and join the groups already in existence. Listen to what we need, and help us move forward.

    in reply to: BREXIT Hangover #180939

    MargaretA
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    …more project FEAR from Ioan y Ffin – first we were told that there would be an immediate economic crash and the world as we know it would effectivly come to an end, now this idiot is saying it will come in 10 years. Grow up and embrace the bright new future you have got.

    You may call it Project Fear. It’s not a term I would use. However not one of us knows where the country will be in a year’s time, never mind ten years. We just do NOT know! Trade deals are exactly that, a deal. We give a bit, the other side gives a bit. I remember the talk about trade deals being easy; free of the EU we would conquer the world. Let us not lose sight of the fact that it us doing the asking.

    in reply to: What are the benefits of the Welsh Assembly? #180515

    MargaretA
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    Personally I can’t see any for us in North East Wales. If we had a better NHS, better road structure & a decent rail network I would sing their praises, if our schools were top notch likewise, if we had low business rates, if we were self sufficient I could understand that the Welsh Assembly had some purpose. But it is all if’s. As far as I see it we hold out a begging bowl to the Assembly who in turn hold out a begging bowl to Westminster so why not cut out the middle man. It would save us all money.

    Exactly so!

    in reply to: What are the benefits of the Welsh Assembly? #180511

    MargaretA
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    I’m rather disappointed that after 15 posts that the only benefits of a Welsh Assembly appear to be jobs for the boys, free prescriptions & £326,000 for support of young people with learning disabilities. There must be something else surely.

    What do you think the benefits are?

    in reply to: What will you do to celebrate Brexit day on 31.01.2020…? #180477

    MargaretA
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    Happy Brexit.

    Maybe, maybe not! No one knows. We have moved into unknown territory!

    in reply to: Is our MP showing her true colours? #180413

    MargaretA
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    Has our new MP made her maiden speech yet? Notice several new MP’s used today’s debate on homelessness as a good platform to make their maiden speeches and highlighted issues in their constituencies.

    Not sure if or not she has made her speech or not, but I did see her the other day giving that two-faced slime ball the Shadow Sec Sate for health Jonathan Ashworth a right ear bashing as she exposed the dreadful state of the Welsh NHS under Labour, she explicitly described how Betsi was failing the people of Wales and all under 20+ years of Welsh Labour mis-management. In all his years as Wrexham’s MP I never once heard Lazy Lucas say anything as powerful in the House of Commons….! More power to you Sarah, keep fighting for the good people of Wrexham.

    Lilly

    Standing up and shouting the odds are one thing, having the power or authority to change or improve the situation is another. It’s far too early to decide if she is fit for the job.

    in reply to: Any Questions Radio 4 from St Asaph #180224

    MargaretA
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    It was broadcast from Wrexham many years ago and Boris Johnson was a member of the panel. He waffled and stuttered through his replies then.

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