orione wrote:Phoney I am not sure what you are trying to state...
I have played in the casino but I don't feel a libertine.
I am saying that 5 betting agencies in BHS are unnecessary and they don't help the development of a community. Often is a source of failure for many individuals. You are confusing the cards with that message.
Edward Woodward I agree with you. I hope you read that I have been living in an estate for 10 years and In fact what I am saying is that the council, in face of the massive development that London Bridge is having, should make sure that everybody can share some kind of development. For many would be access to education and culture and jobs. And you can only reach this with a clear intent to have an impact. Opening betting agency everywhere does not follow that strategy for sure. It is too easy for the council to beg and rely on every capitalist that come to the area.... To have affordable houses in return. Great propaganda for cheap
orione wrote:If you fill street with betting agency and offices instead of retail you are just going against what you should do.
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