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Re: Waitrose

Postby ware_resident » Thu 26 Mar 2015 12:08 pm

Same principle as Scottish MP's voting on issues that only effect England.
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Re: Waitrose

Postby The Masked Woler » Thu 26 Mar 2015 12:12 pm

mb1 wrote:Didn't know that about Malcolm Alexander, very interesting. he should obviously have resigned when he left the area and it is appalling that the Tories didn't enforce this.


Agreed, but then George Powell stayed on when he moved away and the UKIP candidate in the last election didn't even live in Ware to start with.

But then you could argue that councillors shouldn't vote on issues outside their ward because they have a vested interest in putting unpopular things away from where they live rather than what is best for the whole town.

It is also of note that none of the other members of the committee are from Ware and they, as is often complained about, frequently vote on matters here which don't affect them.
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Re: Waitrose

Postby Steve » Thu 26 Mar 2015 1:50 pm

The Masked Woler wrote:It is also of note that none of the other members of the committee are from Ware and they, as is often complained about, frequently vote on matters here which don't affect them.

Edward Bedford (Ware Christchurch) is also on the committee.
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Re: Waitrose

Postby The Masked Woler » Thu 26 Mar 2015 2:40 pm

Steve wrote:
The Masked Woler wrote:It is also of note that none of the other members of the committee are from Ware and they, as is often complained about, frequently vote on matters here which don't affect them.

Edward Bedford (Ware Christchurch) is also on the committee.


How could I forget Teddy :oops:
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Re: Waitrose

Postby Scouter » Thu 26 Mar 2015 4:00 pm

The Masked Woler wrote:Sorry, don't agree at all.

The Green Belt land in question is already concreted over and has been for years.

Any loss to Hertford has to be viewed in the light of the fact that Waitrose were going whatever and I don't see why there will be any loss to Ware - any Waitrose customers will already have been going to Hertford (or even WGC)

In my view the reason for the shops you mention surviving is because they are all things you can't do online (you neglect to mention others like the butcher, deli, florists bakers etc who also survive with supermarket competition all around them)


^This.
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Re: Waitrose

Postby New Boy » Thu 26 Mar 2015 7:26 pm

Brilliant news. Ruffles and his Hertford Tory crones bleating on twitter even more satisfying.
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Re: Waitrose

Postby Ware iLive » Fri 27 Mar 2015 4:49 pm

Any business can sell their products online... all you need is a website... or.... (take telephone orders ) van and a driver... or there is ring, reserve and collect! :|
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Re: Waitrose

Postby The Masked Woler » Fri 27 Mar 2015 5:11 pm

Ware iLive wrote:Any business can sell their products online... all you need is a website... or.... (take telephone orders ) van and a driver... or there is ring, reserve and collect! :|


Hairdressing?
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Re: Waitrose

Postby RichardH » Sat 28 Mar 2015 9:09 am

There are plenty of hairdressers that will come to your house and give you a rug rethink.
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Re: Waitrose

Postby Ware iLive » Mon 30 Mar 2015 7:59 am

Yes! hairdressers can sell online, as they most already do that. They take telephone bookings or online bookings. They either come to your home, or you go to them.

how many of us have phoned for a take away? is that not the same too? :)
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