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17 minutes ago, lilbill15 said:

Yup @Vic Patterson, I agree entirely; as long as it stays at Blyth- I think Blyth is sneaking in Bedlington’s backdoor 😳😱! Xx

I bet that is what's they said in Sleekburn too, I don't think its the ordinary people who are behind it.


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16 minutes ago, Malcolm Robinson said:

Hope everyone has replied to the boundary consulatation..........If its insisted on calling the new constituency Ashington/Blyth then in effect we are subsumed.  Sod that!  

Yup, I have politely suggested SOUTH EAST NORTHUMBERLAND, p👍lease x

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