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  • in reply to: Right to Buy scrapped in Wrexham #162155

    zinger
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    100% agree MaggieT. No more houses should be built without the infrastructure in place before hand. But where are we to find the doctors for new surgeries? Where are we to find teachers for new schools? Our schools are already failing.

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #162078

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    Matt
    “Nobody has a plan – that is a terrifying prospect.”

    This is where I am coming from. The only deal I hear about is TM’s deal. The only thing that gets a consensus is that nobody likes TM’s deal but not all for the same reasons.

    If only the rabble who are supposed to represent us would put their own workable deals on the table to be looked at & debated then we might move forward as a country. Negotiation is the name of the game. You give a little here & I give a little there. That is the grown up approach, not throwing dummies out of the pram if they don’t get their own way.

    It seems to me that they all put their own miserable careers before their country & I would not vote for any one of them.

    Parliament do not seem capable of debate without name calling or bringing up past misdemeanors whether real or imaginary.

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #162064

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    Matt: “Normally and historically when this happens some populist leader or movement rises up out of nowhere for better or worse and things go through rapid change,”

    Isn’t that what the Jeremy Corbyn Labour Government is?

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #162051

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    It would have to be best of three.

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #162027

    zinger
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    So Matt you say that the deal is so horrible but you don’t say why it is so horrible.

    What difference would a general election make if the EU won’t negotiate with whoever wins it?

    My understanding is that JC & his colleagues want to retain membership of the single market which if I understand it correctly means that we would still have free movement of people which is one of the things that I thought that we voted against. I did anyway.

    JC talks about TM’s red lines but didn’t he come up with 6 tests? Is that not also red lines by a different name?

    I have zero confidence in any of them & if Brexit doesn’t happen then there would be no point in voting in any general election, referendum, peoples vote or whatever fancy name they come up with now or in the future. To think that I laughed at the Irish who voted until the politicians got the answer they wanted.

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #161985

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    If I’m honest I don’t really understand what is so terribly wrong with TM’s deal. I wish that someone would explain it to me in simple terms.

    Businesses appear happy with it which is important for jobs.
    It should put a check on undesirables coming into the country ie terrorists.
    It would gives us back our own laws. ie stops EU saying that we can’t send terrorists back to their country of origin because of their human rights.

    I don’t have the first clue about Ireland but then neither do they. Why are they so afraid of a hard border? Canada & the USA seem to manage OK.

    If someone would come up with a plan that would suit everybody it would be amazing but all they seem to do is say what they don’t want to happen but do not come up with an alternative.

    I have never been as afraid for the United Kingdom as I am now. Even when the IRA were in full swing

    Don’t shoot me down. I just want someone to explain it to me.

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #161977

    zinger
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    The only reason why anyone might change their vote is because they are fed up of the shenanigans going on in Parliament.

    I keep hearing politicians saying that people voted for this & that. If they know what people voted for why are many of them going against their electorate?

    What four plain simple questions should be on a ballot paper which would make it quite clear to politicians what people are voting for?

    in reply to: Wrexham MP votes… #161955

    zinger
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    RIP Democracy along with his friend Common Sense.

    in reply to: Parking Down By 8,000 At Country Parks #161774

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    in reply to: Chester housing devlopment to have massive impact on Wrexham #161578

    zinger
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    Depends whether you want to live in a concrete jungle or not.

    My perception is that waiting times at the Countess of Chester A & E are nowhere near as long as at the Maelor – yet. Ambulance queues ditto.

    Heaven help the daily commute to & from Chester unless something drastic is done about the A483 & A55. They have already spent a fortune which doesn’t appear to have worked.

    Does Chester as a city have schools in special measures?

    Infrastructure needs to be in place first not last.

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