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  • in reply to: Paper Prescriptions #229050

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    Perhaps it would be better if the GPs worked for the NHS?
    Perhaps we’d get some consistency between practices!

    in reply to: Paper Prescriptions #229040

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    I’ve not had a paper prescription in years.
    I order meds on line and get a text when they’re at the pharmacist!

    in reply to: Sarah Atherton and Health #228777

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    How people can live with themselves at Christmas amazes me.
    Insulting this woman in this way just because you don’t vote for her party is beyond belief.

    What has Xmas got to do with anything?
    I think you’ll find the criticism has far more to do with the way she has behaved than it has with the way posters may have voted.

    in reply to: Sarah Atherton and Health #228770

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    She really is a waste of oxygen!
    Beyond that, it’s difficult to pass comment without crossing the boundaries of decent comment.
    Given her lack of grasp of reality, perhaps it’s the best option for her to remain silent until she’s passed into the forgotten history of the area.
    Perhaps then we can forget all the self serving posturing?

    in reply to: How Would You Feel ? #226711

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    They get 55% more, and the agency make a killing on top of that.
    Money for the middle men, the enablers profiting out of the incompetence, or is it, of those at the top of the tree.
    Possibly associates?
    Makes you wonder as to the reasons behind the situation!

    in reply to: Council IT technical Issues #219413

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    IT has never been a council strong point.
    From a council chamber sound system that was replaced, rather than maintained and the councillors instructed in how to use it correctly, to the parking space indicators.

    From the old bus signage, which didn’t work as specified for decades, but was, and in some parts still is, powered up consuming electricity, to the new one which has been meaningless from virtually switch on now being nothing more than a very expensive clock for more than two years.

    Let’s not forget the street WiFi!
    A system that was out of date when first proposed but is still not functioning despite all the investment and promises.

    Just the tip of the iceberg, I suspect.

    All that money wasted whilst we’re told there’s no money available for essential things!

    in reply to: Continental market #218212

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    Who “organised” this?
    A private individual, or the council?
    Whatever, I only found out because of friends posts!

    in reply to: Wrexham Council’s Money Tree #214211

    Transportuser
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    How many more failed projects to spend money on?
    Wrexham Council, late to the party and no understanding.
    Many years ago we had active bus signage, it purported to be real time but, unlike other towns it was just a timetable so caused more confusion than help. Showing buses that didn’t exist.
    Even a decade or so of being off line all these signs appear to be still consuming electricity.
    What a waste!
    Now the new signage data is switched off, but the screens consuming power!
    Why is that, is there no one capable of keeping it up to date?

    The WiFi project, years late and ill-conceived.
    Showing a complete lack of understanding of what was going on in the real world.
    Numerous shop, and bars, already had free WiFi and data to mobiles was becoming more affordable.

    Let’s get the basics sorted, a decent bus service – with reliable timetables – amongst many other things, before going into things that aren’t understood by those making the decisions.

    in reply to: HS2 high-speed rail line. #212828

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    Running the high speed trains at normal speed, from Crewe to Holyhead, isn’t going to happen. They’re electric, the North Wales Coast line isn’t electrified.
    With money sucked out of the Welsh system, electrification is probably a long way away.
    To get the high speed train would mean changing at Crewe so there wouldn’t be an advantage.
    Probably quicker to stay on the normal route rather than hike across Crewe station and wait for a connection.
    It’s going to be of no advantage at all.

    in reply to: Rediculous map for Bird Flu #210952

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    As BenjaminM says, obvious why the map is drawn that way.
    Not seen anything relating to the English side of the border.
    Asleep on the job?

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