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Not being terribly politically minded Matt, only one of the names mentioned that I have heard of without looking them up is Nathan Gill.
I am no racist but do object to the floodgates being opened for all & sundry to come to the UK without good reason. If they have a job to come to fair enough, come in do the work then go home. It is not a good reason for bringing in the entire family.
My perception of knife crime is that it has gone up with immigration. So also has terrorist activity. Shoot me down if you will but that is my perception.
Most of all I hate that UK laws are overturned by the EU just as I don’t like local planning decisions being over-ruled by the WAG Government.
TJ Hughes effectively shut Chester Street & Holt Street off from the town proper. I would rather do the paintball in BHS building & get rid of TJs if I had to choose which of course I don’t. Wrexham is bereft of space. Wouldn’t be a problem if the buildings looked half decent instead of plain old boring.
I wouldn’t have a problem with the whole Henblas Street Development including the TJ Hughes building being demolished, replaced with an open space part of which used as a free/inexpensive car park. Building this development was where the town went wrong in the first place. Haven’t a clue who owns it however.
The Labour Party spend every halfpenny in the coffers & then spend the rainy day fund.
Conservatives ensure the poorest save money they don’t have to replenish the rainy day fund.
The Liberal Democrats think that the rainy day is already here.
Plaid Cymru are in cloud cuckoo land knowing that they will never have to worry about the rainy day.
UKIP has had its day, replaced by the Brexit Party, who to its credit wants to uphold democracy but have no rainy day fund.
SNP want independence from the UK & would rather be dependent on the EU.
EU think that one size fits all causing instability throughout all the regions.
The Donkey party are looking increasingly inviting.
What better reason to vote Brexit?
Just a cotton pickin’ minute Councillor. The Welsh devolution referendum was the 2nd referendum.
And Matt, possibly 3,999 spoilt papers were in disgust that the 1st referendum result was not upheld when the result was 4 to 1 against the first time round. The 2nd time around it got through by only 6,721 votes.
We none of us know the real reasons why people vote the way they do. It is only guesswork on all sides.
I do know that in North of Wales we depend heavily on the other side of the border for our healthcare.
Makes you think.
Britain voted to withdraw from the EU by 51.9% to 48.1%.
Wales voted for devolution by 50.3% to 49.7%. 3,999 spoilt ballot papers
Not a lot of difference really.
I am doubtful that not voting would send a message as many people don’t vote anyway.
Would it be better to show your presence at the ballot box by spoiling your paper by writing none of the above?
I am sorry that you have had cancer Jimbow & hope that you are recovered or well on the way to recovery.
There are some who are more disabled than others. It can be very annoying when lots of disabled spaces are empty when no other spaces are available. As you say ChillDoubt someone having cancer treatment &/or operations are hardly likely to be driving.
On rare occasions (touch wood) that either myself or my OH attend hospital, one usually stays with the car in order to move the car rather than inconvenience other drivers if no space available. Otherwise a taxi is the next option.
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