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Too Many New Homes Warning By Welsh Am

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North Wales AM Aled Robert has warned that Wrexham - where the National Eisteddfod is currently being held - cannot cope with the number of new homes being built there.

He says the infrastructure is being put under too much strain with many people from over the border in England moving to live locally.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-north-east-wales-14382135

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Well this Englishman just over the border in England certainly isn't going to be relocating to Wrexham.

Council tax is cheaper there and prescriptions are free though.

Me neither. Staying in Chester where you can still murder a Welshy after a certain time on a certain day of the week if you find him within the city walls. Wonder what would happen if you did? I would then go to Wrexham for free legal aid I suppose.

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