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Denying it just makes it more true.
Tell me Matt, do you like Gladiator movies?
I like the one where everyone booed that Wolf fella with their giant foam hands.
Haha, sadly I am not the Matt Black who has now been hyped up in ways only the internet can deliver. I’m sure he’s either made it to the big-time and is sticking up 2 fingers at the world who cruelly misunderstood him at school whilst sipping some variety of gin & juice/Jack on the rocks or whatever it is the cool kids drink these days, or is lurking on these forums as we speak, thinking – someone remembers me!
Thread derailment completed.
Stunning comeback Welshman, really cut Huw dead in his tracks!
I’ve just worked everything out! This is basically the plot to Terminator 2. Should have known from the numbers in the names all along.
Daave63 has been sent back in time to help rid us of the evil tyrant of the Wrexham.com forum welshman1000 whose ‘The damaged road bridge’ thread title thoroughly misleads, as it sounds like the title to a Nicholas Sparks charity shop knock-off novel. I thought we were starting a book club.
Now my only concern is that in the film it was a T-800 vs a T-1000. 63 to 1000 is quite a difference – Daave, can you either confirm or deny that you are actually just an elaborate vacuum cleaner?June 20, 2017 at 4:20 pm in reply to: I don't like Corbyn's policies but the local alternative is Andrew Atkinson …. #133160
Nope, having an absolutely splendid time thanks.June 20, 2017 at 2:04 pm in reply to: I don't like Corbyn's policies but the local alternative is Andrew Atkinson …. #133156
Bloody hell, people are still talking about Atkinson. Election is over and he’s now lost 3 times in Wrexham, but it sounds like he has got a boat-load of free publicity for his window cleaning business. Time for the Tories to wheel out someone else if they ever expect to have any shout in Wrexham.June 5, 2017 at 11:21 pm in reply to: I don't like Corbyn's policies but the local alternative is Andrew Atkinson …. #132470
The Election was weeks ago, so either inefficient or discussions ongoing !
Oh how the mighty wheels of bureaucracy keep on turning.May 17, 2017 at 12:27 am in reply to: I don't like Corbyn's policies but the local alternative is Andrew Atkinson …. #131492
Andrew as an avid reader of these Foruums this is an open question to you – I wonder if you are prepared to answer?
Wrexham First and then Westminster or Wrexham First and then Cardiff
An avid lurker eh? Must be observing with all the powers of response of someone with locked in syndrome.
If I were him I would certainly want to respond to some of the criticism here.
I’m not even sure the good people of Wrexham really know all that much about him other than that fact that he’s an avid cleaning fanatic. His reputation is as murky as all Tories are. Would be interesting to hear from the good people of Ross on Wye as to how his tenure was as a councillor there – as here we have no record of his elected competence.May 15, 2017 at 11:24 pm in reply to: I don't like Corbyn's policies but the local alternative is Andrew Atkinson …. #131419
Only one developed country has increased health spending by more than the Conservatives have in the UK over the past 5 years.
Ed Conway, Sky News:
And it certainly wasn’t the Welsh Labour Government.
Of course Ed Conway of Sky News and a columnist of The Times is going to be completely unbiased when it comes to delivering information about the Conservatives. His previous tenures at The Daily Mail and the Telegraph also helped him to develop a well rounded background on full factual truths.
If we look further into Eds claims, we can see why health care spending under the Tories is up under the OECD figures methodology. Billions of pounds of spending previously classified under social care funding was now able to be reclassified under health care spending, thus accounting for an apparent spike in spending.
This is creative accounting and cooking of the books in its finest form. Something the Tories have down to a fine art. Always look beyond the headline figures.
The council might need to take a closer look at the company and its contract with it. It might explain the overeagerness in the town centre, and neglect to adequately fulfil their duties in areas with a similar problem in the outskirts of town that are more difficult to resolve!
100% Agree. These rent-a-bully litter cops are just further driving out shoppers from town and unfairly targeting the worst off. Everyone else is going to the likes of Broughton and Cheshire Oaks etc… where they can shop in a relaxed and free from oppression environment. Fines are being issued and the threat of a criminal record are being issued for trivialities such as receipts or tissue blowing out of people’s pockets or bags on windy days.
Also, for all the negativity and nastiness associated by these legal muggers, the Council are only raking in 11% of the fines. They’d have had a fairer deal going into the business with Hells Angels or the Mob.
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