Well due to the fact that nothing was done about the above post. Its happened again, behind closed doors secret meeting £250,000 redundancy payoff to two Teignbridge councillors. This is our money these people are giving away and nothing gets done about it. Jeremy Christophers is the council leader and he needs to be sacked over this but how?
Cant comment further as the freedom of speech is one of the casualties already. As said wake up and look at whats happening in our major cities also enlighten yourselves with news reporting other than that of the major media companies all of which are being sensored by government officies
As I said wake up. You liberal snowflakes wont be able to hide behind ignorance when we have to fight to regain our freedoms
Always play the discrimination and racists cards in order to divide pubic opinion and attract attention. Come on people wake up to whats going on in this country.
Absolute dribble spouted by ardent remoaners. You think the supermarkets especially the EU based ones like Spar. Lidle and Aldi are just going to sit there looking at empty shelves. Get real their supply network is already geared up for a no deal Brexit. Bring it on and make our country great once more
Would it be fair to say that the leader of TDC and other senior post holders should be forced to resign or be sacked over their attempted cover up of the amount paid to Nicola Bullbeck for her to leave. Having faced an above inflation rise in council tax it seems we the residents of Teignbridge are now having to pay for this.
Funny how no one has mentioned this years council tax bill rip off, seems TDC have gone for around a 6% hike for Dawlish which already pays the higest tax in Tegnbridge, and for what. Reduced services in all aspects from policing to public toilets. Locally pay rises if any have averaged at around 1% and bank interest savings rates are around nill %. So where do the incompetent overpaid council ...
The question of building a playpark on the lawn should only be open to consideration by people born and bred in town or have lived here for at least 20 years the figure of those in favor I suspect would be totally different.
We still aint got mains gas so not expecting fibre broadband anytime soon
Leatash's kind of system was adopted in parts of Germany years ago and not only plastic but most of the packaging. People would take their supermarket shopping out to the car park in the trolley, and in their car they would have re-usable containers like cake tins. They would remove all but the essential packaging and leave it behind in the trolley for the supermarket to deal with. I believe the ...