‘We’ve been trying to find a way to get rid of the cracker’
People in the village of Laoise, in the north of the Republic of Ireland, are fed up of seeing the ubiquitous snack cracker on every street corner.
The residents of Laois, which has a population of just over two million, are getting tired of it too.
The local council has been trying for years to get the crackers off the street.
But the locals say they’ve been denied permission.
The local councillor, Patrice Murphy, said he was told the council had not been allowed to put the cracklers in the local shops.
He said: “I think it’s because we are Irish and people say it’s for our culture.”
I am not an Irish person but I do feel that the crackergies are not for us and we need to have a more healthy culture.
“He added that the council’s decision had not made him any more comfortable about using the crackler.
A spokesman for the council said they had received a letter from the local councillor in September informing them that the councils decision had been made.
However, Mr Murphy said the council did not have a legal obligation to get permission from the people of the village.
We are not allowed to be in this area,” he said. “
It’s like saying that you have a right to be here, but we are not here.
We are not allowed to be in this area,” he said.
“We can’t go to the market, we can’t eat there.”
They are here, they have the right to do what they want.
It’s like they are not citizens.
“Mr Murphy’s father is from the area.
He said he would like to see the crackering removed from the street, but not for any other reason.
He added that it was only fair that the people who have the crackercaps should pay for them.
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