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    welshmen wrote:
    Shame you can't understand or comment on a simple post, even a ten year old can read this and understand the implications of the text, yet as you say you taught English eh, yeh and I taught the Queen her language, you don't seem to understand many posts you reply to, you comment very little and use sarcasm as an infill where you find the answer is not to your liking, you dare not answer the above post because you have to call the teacher something you called me, that's where you look a fool, you can't bring your self to discredit the obvious yet you fall over your self to name call others, you now what an hypocrite is? he's Cymruambyth....don't post back to me, post to your Liberal Elite bulls--ters....
    True, Welshmen, communicating with an average 10-year-old is no problem at all because in most children are able to use English effectively. However. as you fail to understand the basics - subject, verb, object etc, maybe its best to stick with copy and paste. Having said that, most of the BNP homepage texts written by your little mates contain the samebasic errors, so best take care in your selection. Life isn't easy and I bet you wih that you had listened to your teachers."
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Marriage worry

First published in Letters

MANY believe the dust has now settled over same-sex marriages. The issue is still much alive, especially as we approach the European elections.

At present, those who believe that true marriage can only be between a man and a woman, at least have the freedom to say so. However, there are forces of darkness at work within the EU which would like to see this freedom taken away.

The EU is pushing for what is called an equal treatment directive which would give it a greater say in British discrimination law, by introducing a new harassment law.

This could strip away the safeguards our country has in place, with grave implications for freedom of speech and freedom of conscience.

So a legitimate question to be asking candidates is would you defend the freedom to stand for traditional marriage, and would you oppose any form of an equal treatment directive?

For details about the likely implications of such new legislation, visit the Coalition for Marriage website at:

RH Ashton Woodland Place Caerphilly

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