ATTACK ON THE TORIES?
I NOTED in last week’s Weekly News that you once again poke fun at the Conservative Party – ‘Former MP never visited us’.
Your article ‘New dawn for the New Town’ – I have no idea where you are talking about.
All I know is the NHS is looking at Runcorn having 800 units constructed or converted into healthy (don’t forget the incinerator and the planned incinerator) homes for healthy people. A bit short of the 24,000 units already in the town, over half built before the New Town and now in need of radical rethinking as to how they will fit into a greener, healthier, energy saving world.
Missing the point of the human poultry farms being produced by converting old offices around the shopping city.
Sad about history but this town could have had a bridge in place possibly with free travel for all if Derek Twigg, when transport minister in 2005, had picked up the challenge.
Instead we had to wait for Phil Hammond to sign the approval document.
The Weaver Vale constituency after the boundary changes will lose, thankfully Halton Lea, and pick up some sensible voters from the old Eddisbury seat.
Your negative articles can only turn the 12,000 voters that didn’t vote Labour in Runcorn Weaver Vale, show their disdain for your paper and ● those who voted Labour only read the Weekly News in the library.
Where are the articles on the Atlantic Gateway, which from what I can pick up is riding through Halton without stopping, and with no Halton representation on board this project, running the full length of the Manchester Ship canal? With a NEW bridge for Warrington.
Dr Richard Vautrey of the BMA