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    Boscomp
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    Is it me or is our local MP being very quiet about her boss and his party exploits.

    #214124

    WreX-iT
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    Both MPs are tight lipped.
    Scared to comment or afraid of being caught out … did they behave in Lockdown?

    - STAY AT HOME -

    #214125

    wrexview
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    What are our MP’s going to recommend to the Prime Minister regarding the huge increase in the cost of gas and electricity? All we have heard is reduce VAT, increase warm home grant and wind fall taxes. Of course as MP’s mainly pay either monthly or quarterly for their power they have no understanding of how people actually live . What about those whose have Pre Paid meters ? You have two meters to feed and any credit you up load is reduced first by a percentage for any arrears and the unit price paid is higher than any other method of payment too. Pre Payment means you must have the cash upfront, no spreading it across the summer/winter. Utility companies are no allowed to cut off gas and electric to residential properties but they do force people to take Pre Paid meters instead.

    #214153

    TimRegency
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    She’s there purely to vote as instructed by Johnson. Rather like one of those robots that operate on a factory line.

    #214156

    JaneJ
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    It is a pity that the remit of Sue Grey’s remit has only included Downing St and Government Buildings as I am sure a number of MPs will be relived. Every MP (all Political Parties should be asked if they held any parties in their constituencies in the past 2 year.

    Also at a local level did Senior staff (and Members of the Executive) in the Council having ‘leaving do’s’ for the Chief Officers that left last year.

    Perhaps Wrexham.com should ask the Council how did they mark the leaving of Chief Officers?

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    Owain Glyndwr
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    “Also at a local level did Senior staff (and Members of the Executive) in the Council having ‘leaving do’s’ for the Chief Officers that left last year.

    Perhaps Wrexham.com should ask the Council how did they mark the leaving of Chief Officers?”

    From what i hear, leaving speaches and parties were held over Zoom. i have friends who were upset at not being able to say goodbye to people they knew for decades and no chance of an outdoor party on the guild hall green. Playing by the rules Boris wasn’t aware of.

    Maybe Jane, Wrexham.com could ask because they will have computer records of them

    To be born Welsh is to be born privileged, not with a silver spoon in your mouth, but with music in your blood, and poetry in your soul.

    #214259

    Andrewmackembailey
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    Apparently she and her party ( pardon the pun ) have to wait for a second in line civil servant to tell them that a boozy do in the centre of government , on the eve of the funeral of the monarch’s consort is not in good taste.
    Or maybe afraid of Wrexham being penalised by her mates if she expresses an opinion.

    Don’t rate the present council but I am fairly confident if it had been discovered a similar do was on the same day in the Guildhall, when flags were at half mast – MP would have resigned !

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