Just got this snippet from a site called Gala Fawkes. What a bunch of conniving wretches Foe are. Apparently, they are not alone in this trickery and I hope the charity commission sorts this pronto. Some might say "fat chance"! "When members of the public donate to Friends of the Earth, they think they are giving money to a charity, not a limited company. Their leaflets neglect to mention that donations actually go to Friends of the Earth Limited, the political wing of the… Read More
You more or less prove my point with your answer. They could not fault it on technical grounds, so they have cast around for something entirely ficticious. But for a local government department to not trust a government department, seems to be a non-starter, but it could well throw the decision onto the governement. to tell the Council that they cannot refuse something on the grounds of mistrust of a government department..., think of the implications in the wider picture. Thus, the government… Read More
V. That's not entirely true. Unless there are extremely plausible planning concerns the council cannot simply reject an application based on emotion or political reasons as was the case with Wressle. That is why it took them over 10 minutes to quickly come up with some excuse other than not trusting the EA. I have a feeling they will put emphasis on the membrane becoming defective but of course that's why the manufacturer will have the necessary accreditations. To stop councils giving… Read More
Figures Rogue. The councils do not have to make decisions on contested applications, they can reject an application and leave it to Government to make the decisions. The council comes out of it smelling of roses, the Government gets all the blame from which ever point of view loses out
MMs have killed the SP and the buys are now holding nowhere near the same weight as sells.
EDR has a higher Mcap than others involved in Wressle but that's because we own far larger assets and have more cash in the bank.
This is still a good short and medium term buy. Wressle will undoubtedly win at appeal based on the lax fundamentals of the refusal. Fracking is pushing ahead and once "Frackman" loses his high court appeal that will pretty much be the nail on the coffin for… Read More
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