How about giving the bullshyte served up by that rag a miss.
If you want to give us news then give us the detail of how much is being spent locally, not what's being split between a number of sites across the globe, of which next to nothing could be coming here.
It might be 'nowt'.Jesus, Mary, & Joseph and the wee donkey, there‘s a few folk seem to have lost a tenner and found tuppence. It is a good news story for the region, investment, however much it turns out to be, is better than nowt.
I wish people in general would put as much effort into positivity as they appear to do into being miserable. If anyone doesn’t think this is is good news, please explain why it isn’t or if not at least try and turn the misery button down a few levels
Despite your comment having more than a whiff of sarcasm (I live in hope that I'm wrong with that though) Nobody with any common sense can reasonably suggest it is negative news. A £4M investment in Billingham is good news, good for jobs, good for the town, good for the local retail outlets too. As a Billingham bloke I would have thought you’d actually be pleased with this news.Excellent news, £4m of the £600m headline figure
Please explain further.
If it's not negative, surely it must be positive...
What is "next to no news" exactly?