zinger

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  • in reply to: Cymraeg – The blind leading the blind #252666

    zinger
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    What a waste of time. Who are the ones to suffer? Not the people in the meeting that’s for sure. I hope that it wasn’t funded by the taxpayer.

    in reply to: Lowering Voting Age to 16 Years Old #252284

    zinger
    Participant

    I doubt it too Born Acorn but the option is there.

    in reply to: Lowering Voting Age to 16 Years Old #252263

    zinger
    Participant

    Some 16 year olds are more mature than others GrumpyGit. When you see how many 16 year olds are involved in knife crime in inner cities & you read about youngsters with too much time on their hands creating havoc around town & villages at night-time in our own area, you are one of the lucky parents.

    in reply to: Lowering Voting Age to 16 Years Old #252236

    zinger
    Participant

    I am not sure that the joining the armed forces is a viable reason for being allowed to vote as they may only join with parental consent.
    It is also my understanding that they would not be deployed to the front line until age 18.

    in reply to: Scrutiny #252017

    zinger
    Participant

    How did Mr Gethin come by £200,000 that even his own party doesn’t want to touch?

    Where is the evidence that having a different default speed limit to the rest of the UK is saving lives with both air quality & fatalities?

    Should people taking driving tests since the implimation of the new default speed limit in Wales be required to take a seperate one before crossing over the border.

    Wasn’t there a little problem a while ago with Betsi Cadwaladr?

    Just remind me again how we are better off being stuck with the same government for 25 years. Do we have a better health service, education system or transport network than the rest of the UK?

    in reply to: Scrutiny #251941

    zinger
    Participant

    Sounds a bit like the Senedd.

    in reply to: Traffic Wardens #251602

    zinger
    Participant

    Parking in the whole of Wrexham is a nightmare.

    Wrexham have the opportunity to bring peOple into the town centre opening up business opportunities & then shoot themselves in the foot allowing outside companies to rip off its’ residents.

    in reply to: Traffic Wardens #251599

    zinger
    Participant

    Is it true that the university are to charge £10 parking on match days? Money grabbers.

    in reply to: Which roads in Wrexham CB should got back to 30pmh? #250414

    zinger
    Participant

    30mph – Chester Road, Holt Road, Ruabon Road, Llay New Road, Mold Road including past the Racecourse, Cefn Road & Whitchurch Road.

    In fact all arterial roads as Benjamin says.

    Flashing lights by schools should be timed.
    School children should be taught the Green Cross Code or equivilent.

    Planning for new estates should allow space close to roads to ensure that cycle paths are kept well away from roads & for future road widening purposes.

    in reply to: Which roads in Wrexham CB should got back to 30pmh? #250402

    zinger
    Participant

    So the default speed is still 20mph. What could be easier than reverting to 30mph except for the areas most people agree with. By schools, care homes, housing estates, hospitals. Who in their right minds would even consider putting a play area close to a main road?

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