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belfast city centre, gone to pot
antrim | consumer issues | opinion/analysis Saturday October 01, 2005 23:08 by rattle your tins elsewhere - make poverty collectors obselete
give it a rest
Belfast city centre, tin rattlers are wrecking it for people who want to shop!!!
I may be cited slated and dehumanised as a monster or a cummudgen. But Belfast city centre must be the tin rattling capital of Europe. Lately thing's have gotten worse.