Just read this on the star.Hmm, surely these people need some reassurance lets hope we get some form of response.

Jon Smith wrote
at 9:57:44 AM on Thursday, July 20, 2017

I don’t know who Councillor John Warmisham has been speaking to, as no one in Thorn or Spruce have seen him or any other Councillors around here asking how residents fill, and as for allaying peoples fears, he is just blowing smoke up the medias arse, he and other councillors need to come and talk to residents who live in tower block in Pendleton, high rise not low rise. in your item you say that that Deputy Mayor John Merry told councillors that, “as of yesterday, concrete panels were being installed to protect the insulation on the exterior of the Pendleton blocks” I and a number of other residents were out on the estate yesterday and could see no work being carried out on any of the blocks. Maybe its the invisible man and his invisible work force who are doing this.

Answers on a postcard

  • “The Government has behaved appallingly…we don’t know where the money is coming from to continue the work to re-clad or re-render; whatever we do is going to cost a lot of money and as a city council we don’t have that sort of money” said John Warmisham, Councillor for Langworthy which includes the nine tower blocks managed by Pendleton Together. Strange statement as a Salford resident i would be asking the question who’s responsibility is it to re-clad  or not?  do we still own the properties or are they today private company owned? answers on a postcard.

Work till you drop all this while we aid half the world Surely what employer would have us with our walking frames.

The increase in the state pension age from 67 to 68 will be brought forward, the Government has announced.
It will now take effect from 2037, seven years earlier than previously planned, Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke revealed in the Commons.
The changes, which will be brought in over two years, will affect everyone born between 6 April 1970 and 5 April 1978.
Mr Gauke said the Government has a “responsibility” to find a balance between funding the state pension and being fair on future generations of taxpayers.

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