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FarmerPalmer
17th April 2016, 12:26
If you are at the "West End of the M4 corridor", it may be tempting in the future:

Welsh assembly election: Tories target 2p cut in income tax - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2016-wales-36058382)

vetran
17th April 2016, 12:38
I could flog my 1 bed flat and buy Cardiff castle.

NickFitz
17th April 2016, 13:32
Surely "relocating to just over the Severn" would mean living in the middle of one of the bridges? :confused:

psychocandy
18th April 2016, 09:49
Bridge be cheaper in a few years as well...

Not sure if we want too many of you lot over here diluting the bloodline though.

Bear in mind, the welsh language act means learning welsh is school is compulsory even if you're parents are english. As it should be.

vetran
18th April 2016, 09:53
Not sure if we want too many of you lot over here diluting the inbreeding though.


FTFY

VectraMan
18th April 2016, 10:23
Surely "relocating to just over the Severn" would mean living in the middle of one of the bridges? :confused:

If we're going to be pedantic, then although the new bridge gets you to Wales, just over the Severn on the old bridge or anywhere further up and you're still in England.:nerd

The Spartan
18th April 2016, 10:35
There's not much chance of them winning to be fair, mind you UKIP look like they'll get a few representatives in the assembly which will definitely put the cat among the pigeons.

LondonManc
18th April 2016, 11:03
Bridge be cheaper in a few years as well...

Not sure if we want too many of you lot over here diluting the bloodline though.

Bear in mind, the welsh language act means learning welsh is school is compulsory even if you're parents are english. As it should be.

Don't worry, your sheep are safe.

psychocandy
18th April 2016, 11:26
If we're going to be pedantic, then although the new bridge gets you to Wales, just over the Severn on the old bridge or anywhere further up and you're still in England.:nerd

Of course, the "border" further up is the River Wye. So the first bit of land you hit on the old bridge is still England until you cross the Wye.

psychocandy
18th April 2016, 11:26
Don't worry, your sheep are safe.

Dont want any dirty english near our sheep!

Troll
18th April 2016, 11:28
Dont want any dirty english near our sheep!

RACIST!!!!!!!!!

DallasDad
19th April 2016, 18:59
Don't worry, your sheep are safe.

Dad that man said we are safe...........

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-R-f3e7DVqx0/UYggEyLfjxI/AAAAAAAACA8/B2INctsTyNc/s1600/IMG_4149.JPG

Mordac
20th April 2016, 00:17
I could flog my 1 bed flat and buy Cardiff.

FTFY