Thursday, September 26, 2013

This weeks good news.

Permission granted for hundreds of homes

Plans to build hundreds of homes on the former Cadbury's factory site in Keynsham, near Bristol, have been given the go-ahead. Bath and North East Somerset Council (Banes) agreed full planning permission for 270 homes but with conditions. Site access will also be reviewed - developers Taylor Wimpey want a single entrance but Keynsham Town Council say this will cause "traffic chaos". The Somerdale factory closed in January 2011 with the loss of 600 jobs. Brown economics: Close a factory losing 600 Jobs lost then speculate on 300 new homes.

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  • Slash taxes and producers clamor to open factories, that Planners will be obliged to find space for. Unfortunately, in opposition we have a hard core Marxist, Milliband, who’s father was a Marxist/Leninist teacher. Since his policy is predicated on bearing a false witness, envy and theft, it breaches many of the ten commandments and as a result will destroy the economy, just as Marxists have achieved throughout the world and in Britain during the 1970’s.

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