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Benjamin, yes I’ve also seen online that the owner categorically denies being open/the recipient of the fine.
However, it seems a bit strange that the police and senior council members would get something this serious wrong before putting information on the council news site and it being released to Wrexham.com/Daily Post.
Both Wrexham.com and the Post are known to take down or correct articles that are factually incorrect and contain potentially libellous and damaging information. These articles have not been taken down or edited yet.
There is further information on social media that the person in question was actively advertising services were still open as usual after lockdown was announced.
It’s the usual case of factually unverified information doing rounds on Facebook and Twitter versus more reliable information from official sources and regulated media sources.
Hopefully someone will be able to clear this up as otherwise it makes a complete mockery of enforcement process if either an incorrect business can be named and shamed and cause them reputational damage. Or if they did do it can just worm their way out of being made an example of by issuing a denial.
One of them is still advertising themselves as open and taking bookings for today and tomorrow over Facebook
Yes good to hear the roll out amongst staff is going well, 90% is definitely better protection than 0.
It will be interesting to see in general if once the most vulnerable have all had at least one jab if the hospitalisation numbers and ultimately death numbers start dropping around North East Wales.
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Also, it sounds like Simon has a major fascination with Keyser Soze. We’ve all seen it Simon and we all know the ending.
Simon is firing off pot shots and being very wide of the mark on all counts.
Yes, there are a large contingent of us Labour minded who you are right, won’t ever be pleased to see the likes of Atherton representing the town.
However, it’s certainly not one size fits all as he’s also having a pop at Welsh Nationalists with completely unfounded stereotypes. So, as it stands it’s not even an accurate representation of local Plaid or Wrexham fans and means the rest of us who are critical of Atherton do not fall into a single type of complainant either.
The left extremist rant very much sounds like Twice Impeached President rhetoric to me.
We’re not all tank aficionados who love a bit of a combo of Ronald McDonald and Sgt. Bertha Blast to ‘take the reins’ for the town.
I don’t think we’re really getting anywhere on this, it’s all very fraught and stressful and people deal differently about others getting in their personal space or to seeing those not playing by the rules. I just take the view that I want to keep myself to myself as much as possible and spend as little time as possible in areas with lots of people and just keep my distance, so that’s my defensive move.
This is out of genuine interest Chill and hope that things are progressing forward as they should be. In the past you mentioned that workers at the Maelor weren’t being routinely tested as they should be. Has this situation improved at all?
Also, have you or any of your colleagues been vaccinated yet? (First dose? Or whatever). As this is a private medical matter you don’t have to answer, but it would be reassuring to know that staff at the hospital in the area are front of the queue to be protected.
The fact that this thread has descended into a petty squabble and who can get in the best personal insults over difference in opinion just goes to prove why in these stressful times in public situations it’s far better to keep your head down and focus on what you are doing rather than stick your neb into other people’s business.
Thanks for giving me a good laugh Benjamin, Aristotle and jigsaws – you’re not all bad.
Oh right, so you think that just because of your job it’s given you some kind of Messianic complex that allows you the right to behave in a certain obnoxious way that throws away the rules of basic decency and manners?
I’ll be sure to alert the town elders and let them know that they need to give you round the clock protection and ensure nobody dare encroaches your 2 metre VIP perimeter lest they face your wrath.
If your job is that important that you should be limiting your exposure to ‘irresponsible’ members of the public, then again perhaps it would be in your best common sense interest to not shop in the supermarket and get your deliveries at home.
P.s. I strongly suggest you check this definition of snowflake Your Royal Whiteness:
Snowflake is a 2010s derogatory slang term for a person, implying that they have an inflated sense of uniqueness, an unwarranted sense of entitlement, or are overly-emotional, easily offended, and unable to deal with opposing opinions.
Nice avoidance of my question there.
I never claimed to know the solution, which is why I asked in the first instance does the council have an emergency contingency plan in place?
Secondly, I wanted to know from Arriva, who are supposed to be responsible for safeguarding its staff and members of the public (I am not) what has gone wrong?
Chill, I’m sure IMHO is quaking in their boots.
Instead of bossing around other people and ordering them to stay at home because you don’t like them on discriminatory grounds, why don’t you do everyone a favour and stay at home yourself? Before you do yourself or anyone else a mischief.
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