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Matt and zinger (sounds like a fancy cocktail!) I full agree with your comments. As long as caution and due diligence is employed it could be good for the club and the town. These two actors don’t need a “get rich quick” investment and as Matt says, there are no real assets to strip like those in the past tried to do. My only concern is, that if they do decide to get out of the club in the future, they can then sell to unscrupulous people. WST needs to retain an interest to prevent that.
- This reply was modified 23 hours, 55 minutes ago by Rex Ham.
I’m just waiting for the press release from La Atherton claiming she plays football and is responsible for bringing the Hollywood duo to the club!!!!!!
I can think of only one good reason to travel to Spain on a coach and that is a fear of flying (I do know someone who did it because it was cheap). Even fear of flying though is no reason to sit on an M A Evans coach for three days. It is to avoid such a circumstance the good lord invented Rhyl.
Be satisfied with a trip around the Marine Lake.
August 22, 2020 at 10:18 pm in reply to: Wrexham MP faces backlash over “inflammatory” remarks. #191775
- This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by Rex Ham.
Correct Matt, and thse who ridicule the protest outside LaAtherton’s empty office are either too willful or to stupid to realise.
August 19, 2020 at 4:00 pm in reply to: Wrexham MP faces backlash over “inflammatory” remarks. #191567
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I am unable to do a “cut and paste” job, but if you can look at the facebook or twitter pages of Bellevue Football Club they have written an excellent and compassionate response to LaAtherton.August 18, 2020 at 8:51 pm in reply to: Wrexham MP faces backlash over “inflammatory” remarks. #191525
Why did she need to put her penn’orth into the migrant debate? At what point does that impinge on her constituency unless there is an issue with the ability of Wrexham to accommodate any refugees?
Her stance is disgraceful anyway, designed to tap into populist politics and divert attention from other issues.
It is indeed sad and worrying.
I wonder if La Atherton can drag herself away from a photo opportunity at The Racecourse to represent her constituents who are loosing their jobs?
” I suspect the reason was follow the party line, do not rock the boat, look to number 1 and not her constituents.”
Which I think welchboy, is the blunt instrument people on here used to beat our previous MP over the head during the Brexit votes.
However, I’m sure Lilly from Llay will have a defence for LaAtherton.
I’ll be brief. A friend has written to Sarah Atherton on three occasions with legitimate concerns and has not received a reply to any of them.
The “tin hat brigade” was a confederate vigilante group from Texas, so no, most certainly I am not one of those. Perhaps you got your metaphor mixed up!
However, there is clearly a career waiting for you in the modern Conservative party (if you are not already there!!!)as evidenced by your taking the response off to your own advantage.
I’m sure McDonalds have exemplary employment policies. They have targets for diversity and are quick to let us know! That is not the issue.
The issue is that the M.P for Wrexham chooses to promote them rather than local businesses, who at this unprecedented time need all the help they can get.
You may or may not think it worth while posting another reply to my point, but I shall let you have the last word. (unless it is actionable!!!)
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