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  • in reply to: Nurses Pay #227362

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    NHS could face bill of more than £1bn to fund upcoming pay rise!

    The current asylum system is costing the taxpayer £1.5 billion a year, and when the UK is spending almost £7m a day on hotels for asylum seekers, couldn’t this money be spent elsewhere, maybe the NHS?

    Remember Boris Johnson’s 350 million a week to the NHS after Brexit?

    Like everything else we can’t do bugga all about it apart from moan. So lets sit there in our thermals shivering and let those in charge continue to do their worst.

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    in reply to: Rhosddu Development of old Vicarage site #226844

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    JaneJ, sentences like “homeless people won’t have to walk far to their Lord Street hanging out or begging points outside McDonalds!” shouldn’t apply in this day and age.
    If someone can get off the boat and end up in a four or five star hotel, why can’t the Government house OUR homeless?
    Put them in the Snowdonia Hilton with three meals a day or even Pontins in Prestatyn. We need to look after our own.

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    in reply to: Remembrance Service #226843

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    I wouldn’t be bothered either parkingmad :)

    All tongue in cheek God Bless.

    Wrex-it

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    in reply to: Rhosddu Development of old Vicarage site #226763

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    The council are good at giving good land over to developers but nothing else seems to move.

    Will Chapter Court ever happen? What happened to the gardens on top of the Peoples market car park. Is the bar and cinema open yet?

    and i love what they did by Saith Seren

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    in reply to: Remembrance Service #226755

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    Poor spelling and punctuation let you down there mate but the service DOES need a good sound system. The old guard deserve better.

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    in reply to: Freedom of the City #226302

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    Jane, please don’t be a killjoy!

    Wrexham’s attendance averages is around 9,914, so 7% of the population go to the games using your system but how many follow Wrexham? Two different things and something that Rob and Ryan have promoted on a global scale.

    When people in America watch Wrexham games on ESPN+ and when you go away and say you are from Wales, they ask if you are near Wrexham .. thats quite something.

    They are to be honoured for what they have and continue to do for Wrexham, not in a business sense but because people are dreaming again and looking forward to a brighter future, despite all the crap that goes on in daily life.

    The businesses you listed aren’t here to give us all jobs, they are here to make a profit but i am interested in the “multi million pond investments” because wildlife needs looking after too.

    So lets show R&R some love and embrace the journey.

    PS you are more likely to see Rob or Ryan in town than Sarah Atherton-Athletic or Simon WhatsHisName, unless of course they are courting your votes.

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    Its all a big joke.

    Due to tight Government budgets and the cost of living crisis, councils are telling local residents that festive events are not justifiable.

    As Wrexham.com has previously reported there is a £800m hole in local council budgets predicted over the next three years, if things do not change. Energy costs and inflation means there is an in-year shortfall of over £250m.

    So Wrexham Council have no money but there is a “Magical event planned for Wrexham’s Christmas lights switch on”

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    in reply to: New Parliamentary Boundary #225650

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    With the state of politics nothing shocks me! Why? Why not? Prepare for more U Turns (or Ewe Turns!)

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    in reply to: A&E Wrexham Maelor #223330

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    I regularly pass the hospital on the way to work and once i have watched the people parking up to use the car park and get a bus or walk into town, see queues of ambulances outside A&E.
    Last week i saw two parked in the layby because there wasn’t room.

    You cannot lay blame on Brexit because it has been rubbish for many years. Apart from that, how many EU people have settled here to make families and add to NHS woes?

    When doctors, specialists etc. also work part time in the private sector, it says a lot about staff retention.

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    in reply to: Misjudged boast #221539

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    Yes, leave Simon alone, he is only following in the footsteps of the Leader he worships! It all reads like a man crush bromance.
    When he is not helping himself to free cash, what does he do for us?

    Mrs Atherton Athletic tells anyone who will listen that she put Wrexham on the map as she promised and got us city status and R&R to buy the club but what does Simon shout about?

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