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Massive Amount Of Long Term Illness In Wales

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Households with One or more person withLimiting Long-term illness

Llanelli 2001 - 50.2%

Wales 2001 - 42.4%

Llanelli 1991 - 39.8%

Jasus, are we all being poisoned???!?!??!

As for the impact on the economy, house prices, etc...............

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Households with One or more person withLimiting Long-term illness

Llanelli 2001 - 50.2%

Wales 2001 - 42.4%

Llanelli 1991 - 39.8%

Jasus, are we all being poisoned???!?!??!

As for the impact on the economy, house prices, etc...............

It's all that cheese on toast...

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strangely enough, the places with the lowest employment rates seem to have the largest numbers of long term sickies - i think it means that people can't move as their current residence will be paid for but not a future one - it also means fewer forced sales

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strangely enough, the places with the lowest employment rates seem to have the largest numbers of long term sickies

A strange coincidence, either that or they're fiddling the figures :o

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welsh economy has always been a little easy going. i remember ivor the engine. a regional railway service that only ever employed a few non union workers. there was jones the steam. idris the dragon. stanwellin the station master and of course ivor. (poop poop).

they hardly ever had any passengers and spent most of the time at the goldmine if i remember rightly chatting to the old man with the wombat. then they would go back to grumbly town with no stock ?

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