Ricky Thfc Ryan Cook No, that money should go into housing so people do not have to live in squaller and it will help get homeless people off the streets and into rooms or flats.
Melica Patmore No, that money could go to many better projects. Destroying so much countryside, etc in order for people to arrive about 20 mins earlier? As most have said that would make very little difference, and many use the time to work anyway!
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