Chubb, do you wonder why your previous posts have been deleted?asacey said:i decided to write to the council a polite letter in support of Joe ,just a basic letter stating that i personally felt Joe should be given permission to have the bungalow built for his needs and also there were no objections from his neighbours. The point i am making his the fact yes Joe's needs the bungalow to suit his needs also Joe is very young to have a relationship and a family of his own being disabled my self i tried to express how it would feel living in a annex of your family no matter how much you love them there is a big age gap and you want your own privacy . I don't know if the council will listen but i tried .
Good, I assume that this practice will be rolled out nationwide."The whole country owes Joe huge gratitude for the sacrifice he's made for our country. It's unacceptable that he is being stopped from having the home of his choice," the PM said in a statement.
Good, you must do the right thing Mr Brown, the mess webley is in the drawer.Mr Brown intervened after the case was taken up by the Noel's HQ programme on Sky1, telling the Noel Edmonds-hosted show that the council "must do the right thing immediately and reconsider this case".