Children losing out
DURING many years of reading local newspapers I have yet to read any comment about Gypsies that has been positive. Always the negative aspect is given to further breed expulsion from entering into society. I refer to the article about Gypsies facing jail
DURING many years of reading local newspapers I have yet to read any comment about Gypsies that has been positive.
Always the negative aspect is given to further breed expulsion from entering into society. I refer to the article about Gypsies facing jail and to avoid this are back on the road again and being hated for what they are forced to do.
Of course, the real losers in this situation are the little children whose lives are constantly being turned upside down. Both sisters had obviously been excited about the chance of meeting new friends and getting everything ready for their new school. They are now on the road again, God knows where, their little dreams dashed again. It's nothing short of heartbreaking.
Are we being led by a nation of bureaucratic tyrants who are waging war on young couples and families, depriving them of services we all take for granted? Both councils should read the articles set out in the Geneva Convention, which firmly state that amenities such as water and hygiene facilities should be available to everyone.
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It was very refreshing to read an article that supported the Gypsies' plight, to remain on land they actually own. These people are British subjects and not imports that seem to be arriving in massive numbers and being financially supported by our Government out of our taxes.
When Gypsies try to do the right thing and apply for planning through the correct channels, they are met with a barrage of obstacles that make the whole exercise futile.
- 1 Lack of public transport blamed for collapse of £10.5m training centre
- 2 Drug dealer who 'exploited vulnerable people' linked to 101 wraps of cocaine
- 3 Man in his 80s dies in fatal Buckden Road crash at Brampton
- 4 Off-duty detective snares £200k drug dealer
- 5 Fundraisers hit £400,000 milestone after month of charity challenges
- 6 Wanted woman accused of killing children in M1 crash could be in Huntingdon
- 7 Computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair who had links to St Ives dies aged 81
- 8 Concerns over planned travel hub at railway station
- 9 Spuds in a bucket competition at the gardening club
- 10 Awards for firm celebrating 10th anniversary
Something positive must be done quickly to help future generations to live within society without giving up their ethnic rights and values.
JAMES ADAMS, Sawtry Way, Wyton