I would like to say get rid of labor FIRSTLY, …

Comment on Memo Club suspends trading, goes into voluntary administration. Town & Country to close tomorrow. by Alison.

I would like to say get rid of labor FIRSTLY, and get the football BACK to the communities. Everyone start taking responsibility for ALICE. These kids start walking into town around 2.30pm then never leave till early hours in the morning. Can’t blame the police. Communities need to take responsibility. And yes I stopped going out because leaving the Memo and other pubs was getting TOOOO scary. Had a good night, walked to my car and windows were SMASHED. There goes my night.

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