TimRegency

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  • in reply to: Green Home Grants Wales? #191229

    TimRegency
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    State pensions, an early foundational education, roads and public transport, prisons, police, the fire service, the NHS, unemployment and disability insurance, infrastructure etc etc. All benefits.

    in reply to: Green Home Grants Wales? #191208

    TimRegency
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    Everybody is on “benefits.” Those who pretend otherwise just like to snobbishly pretend that they’re better than other people.

    The key is to find out who needs this, but can’t afford it.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by TimRegency. Reason: Snob reprimand
    in reply to: Welsh Government support for business #191202

    TimRegency
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    That’s true, this support was really intended to help business during the pandemic. Now the WAG may have to do even more to clean up after the UK office.

    in reply to: Infection Control in the Maelor Hospital #191166

    TimRegency
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    That’s shocking. I’ve replied to the tweet Matt posted to ask about this, but I don’t usually get a reply from politicians on twitter.


    TimRegency
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    You can’t enjoy life when Tories spoil it for you.


    TimRegency
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    The reciprocation that existed between us and the EU when we were a member state worked like a dream. EU membership is the best deal.

    Hard-right newspapers told us that the grass is greener on the other side. Remember how they and their owners misled us.

    in reply to: Wrexham Wire. #190976

    TimRegency
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    I won’t dignify the claptrap in the above post with a response.

    I hope everybody affected gets a new job soon and they are well supported until then. I’m glad that the union seems to be helping.

    I was disappointed that the new leader of Labour didn’t endorse Universal Basic Income early during the Covid pandemic. A decent safety net for everyone would take some of the anxiety away when these things happen.

    in reply to: NHS #190975

    TimRegency
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    Google ‘Argumentum ad populum.’

    in reply to: NHS #190973

    TimRegency
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    That is what is known as a ‘horse laugh’ argument. I told you where I got my information from on the first page of this thread – a quote from the House of Commons.

    So, not “Russia” at all.

    Maybe you should follow your own advice and stop doing ‘opposition for the sake of opposition.’ I do opposition on the merits.

    in reply to: NHS #190971

    TimRegency
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    This thread was supposed to be about how the Conservative Government lied about the NHS not being for sale and how our – Wrexham’s – elected representative in Parliament voted down an amendment to protect it.

    The thread was then hi-jacked by those who had no rebuttal or coherent argument, so resorted to irrelevant personal attacks on the people here who who are rightfully concerned about this matter.

    Some of us actually care about the NHS, even if Tory supporters do not.

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