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July 14, 2022 at 10:56 pm in reply to: Government resignations – Come on Wrexham Athletic #221696
So both still support a proven liar who tried to cover up the appointment of a known sexual predator?
Tells us all we need to know!
Get these two lickspittles out at the earliest opportunity, they further denigrate democracy every day they spend in the HoC.
LOL, how sad to read someone claiming that children are being indoctrinated is invariably the sort of person who would deride too the Servicemen and women who defend her right to spout such garbage whilst herself unable to summon the courage to even walk through a Recruitment Office doorway.🤦🏻♂️
So the latest is that the first minister is ‘not aware’ of the issue some 12 months later?? Seriously???
Yet more confirmation of the north/south divide!
Maybe the bus could double as a comedy venue now that the William Aston Hall is in receivership and none us will be getting reimbursed for the gigs that have been cancelled?
City status? Perlease!
The road at Newbridge will disappear into the Dee after 12 months of inaction by the WAG.
Latest update says that £175,000 has been secured for the ‘assessment’.
If this had been addressed immediately it could have been solved at a far lesser cost than the ten fold figure that it will in all probability require.
Pathetic Welsh Government at its finest.
Having passed through the site today it is noticeable that another metre of the road surface is sinking and will shortly disappear down the banking.
With the onset of winter and no sign of any structural work to prevent further degradation I predict the whole road section will disappear by February/March.
Utterly and shamefully scandalous inaction by the Welsh government or rather the South Wales government because nothing in Wales matters above Merthyr Tydfil!October 22, 2021 at 7:30 am in reply to: Wrexham joins the ride on the city merry go round! #210431
I can only concur wholeheartedly with jimbow’s succinct appraisal of the city status fiasco.
Give it up, it’s a terrible idea, the town looks little more than a dilapidated hovel and will remain so for quite some time.
That’s a very valid and relevant point thetown and one I had not even considered.
Yes, the irony of having a 50 mph limit to reduce pollution past Wrexham on the A483 is massively negated by the amount of traffic increase in outlying villages as the result of one road closure.
The Senedd are proving what I always suspected: situated in the South, for the South to get most benefit.
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