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Port Talbot and Milford Haven launch bid for first ‘green’ freeport

23 Sep 2022 5 minute read

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Cathy Jones
Cathy Jones
11 days ago

Imagine being so corrupt and/or stupid that you would actually vie to have one of these abominations put in your area….

“OOOOhhh yes please, I would love a sandwich filled with dog excrement, glass and used needles, yum yum”

Peter Cuthbert
Peter Cuthbert
11 days ago
Reply to  Cathy Jones

Oh, Cathy that is a little bit cruel. There is poor Virginia doing her very best to find something that might encourage peope to vote for her again. The poor lamb so loves being useless Tory lobby fodder and would hate being thrown out on her head.

Interested to read about the idea of joint decision making on the bids. Presumably when the Welsh Government says no and the English Government says yes, then the Yes vote has it?

Cathy Jones
Cathy Jones
11 days ago
Reply to  Peter Cuthbert

Yes, the Tory scum have that “tails we win, heads you lose” policy when it comes to such things…
… I think they need chasing into the sea.

Gareth
Gareth
11 days ago

Green and Freeport are incompatible, as Freeport will have environmental rules curtailed to allow easier routes to profitability, without the normal environmental rules getting in the way. Freeport is low tax, low regulation, low accountability to local laws.

Cathy Jones
Cathy Jones
11 days ago
Reply to  Gareth

I wonder how long it will be before workers’ rights are different in these freeports?

…The Tory Mafia in Westminister must be stopped, Cymru will never be free or safe with those swine running the show.

Owain
Owain
11 days ago

Dic Sion Dafydds

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