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I bet as we speak he’s got the legal dept onto it.
How do we demolish a Grade 2 listed building without incurring massive costs.
There was an Open Day a few months ago but next time you pass, call in and ask when the next one is. Or, email their website.
The Open Days held at The Mosque are well attended and give everyone a chance to see how its internal features have been beautifully restored. You can talk to lots of families who use the Mosque and see how it contributes to their lives. It’s nomination for a Civic Award is well deserved.
Dick – it’s not a question of believing my own narrative, or making the narrative fit the arguement.
I’ve been a public sector employee for 33 years, I’m proud to say. Every month I pay my union fees, and every year I pay a hefty fee to my regulatory body.
Clearly, you believe your narrative. It fits your arguement of taxpayers subsidising unions to squander their money, and the WAG allowing this.
I find your narrative insulting. I hope readers critically evaluate your reasoning before forming their opinions.
Simple arguement – simple, black & white non-political response.
The public sector is owned by the taxpayer. The taxpayer is the employer. Public-sector workers are employees of taxpayers.
Private sector employers are obliged to pay for time spent by officials on union-related affairs.
Ditto public sector employers. That’s the taxpayer.
The millions of pounds in union banks you mention have been paid in by the union’s employees every month. It’s for everything else union-related apart from the work-related time of their union officials. The employer pays that.
So, the taxpayer is not subsidising paid time, but fulfilling their obligations as an employer.
99DylanJones raises an important point. The Exec Board has closed all council run local Nursing homes, really good homes; as well as day care facilities.
Tory/Co-Dependent councillors (thanks, Angiebaby) favour a small state. So – if you’re unfortunate enough to be diagnosed with a life-changing condition, tough. If you need support, a charity will do it. If that charity warn you it’s a crisis, like the Red Cross did, tough.
If you need full time care, you’ll have to wait until a bed is available in any of the private homes in N Wales.
And to complete this short sighted strategy we have the prospect of MORE austerity; less £ from London to Wales to Wrexham AND a Tory council who doen’t want to spend it on the costituents.
But we voted for it.
99DylanJones raises an important point. The Exec Board has closed all council run local EMI Nursing homes, really good homes; as well as day care facilities for people with dementia, both early onset (under age 65) and over 65.
Tory/Co-Dependent councillors favour a small state. So – if you’re unfortunate enough to be diagnosed with dementia, tough. If you’re in the Maelor hospital with e.g. an infection and you have dementia, you won’t be admitted to a dementia ward because this 13-bedded ward is always full. Why?
Because now, there are ONLY privately-run dementia homes. Many of them cherry-pick their patients – who wants anyone with a history of aggression,
Intensely disappointing. How can I believe her claims to be a tough negotiater, a ‘bloody difficult woman,’ if she’s not even willing to meet the people of Wrexham? Doesn’t even announce her visit! What on earth does she think we’ll do to her?
What’s the reason for canvassing the attitudes of dog owners? I only ask because clearing up your dog’s poo is how we protect others, especially children, from toxocarias. The eggs live in the soil for 2 years, develope into worms once inadvertently ingested, and cause very dangerous medical emergencies.
Because of this, the councils have a legal requirement to protect the public – hence Kingdom etc. And we dog owners have a duty towards other people, wherever our dogs happen to poo.
The easiest way is to train your dog to poo in your own garden then clean it up.
MP1953 – I’ve done the survey yesterday (13th). It said that 62% of voters wanted to retain the school.
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