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The Council Leader didn’t even have an election last time. He was returned unopposed!
Which committee approved this spending and was it recorded in the minutes?
Devon online in 0ctober 2019 has Berkeley -Hurst as the prospective candidate for Tiverton and Honition , just at you say. It also says he will keep his promises to the people of Tiverton and Honiton . That didn’t last long !
Wonder how a candidate from Somerset expects to get elected here in Wrexham?
When they reduce the voting age to sixteen, will they also reduce the age at which you can stand as a candidate to sixteen as well ?November 7, 2019 at 5:34 pm in reply to: What are the Criteria Used to Decide Which Roads Get Resurfaced? #176627
Driving along Norfolk Road before anymore resurfacing , seems a dream, no deep pot holes to be seen or felt. However despite another piece of Chester Road by Garden Village shops being resurfaced recently there are still plenty of pot holes deep enough to cause vehicles to shudder as they pass over them. Surely arterial roads should be repaired before estate roads that do not have heavy HGV’s using them.
Good to see some common sense prevail and the new rota system has been dropped. Probably a complete coincidence that a general election is underway and a change of mind has occurred !
They are all culpable! Westminister control the Assembly’s budget and the Assembly have failed to spend what money they do have wisely! The forthcoming general election will see a game of “top trumps” played out in public with promises of ever larger amount of money pledged to the NHS by all parties. After the election promises will melt away and nothing will change. The problems of ever longer waiting time in A&E , ambulances backed up for hours outside hospitals , lack of GP’s, bed blocking and huge lists of unfilled vacancies is nothing new and were known about before the 2015 and 2017 elections.This is not just a local problem but a United Kingdom wide problem that needs a solution. Is the problem unsolvable?
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Last night Betsi Cadwaladr health board decided to force nurses and HCSWs to extend their shifts for no extra pay. The plan is to enforce an extra 30 minute unpaid break per shift, even though many nurses don’t have time to take their breaks as it is,” said Mr Gruffydd.
Has the gentleman who came up with idea, at the cost to BCHB of £360,000, thought what would happen if the nurses decided to down tools and walk away for a 30 minute break as he has dictated. This is not going help retention or recruitment of nurses.
“Mr Burns’ contract is more than the £200,000 a year earned by the board’s chief executive.”
Another interesting statistic in the Telegraph article , so the chief executive of the board that has been in special measures for four years is taking £200,000 per year in salary. Is it any wonder there is no money for front line services. Maybe time for performance related pay !
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