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Understand this, Hes doing it BECAUSE you a woman AND because you a cops wife. “Lawful but awful” He probably has anti social personality disorder, maybe a low level sociopath. They get off on these kinds of exchanges. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA number of bin collections across the North East have been delayed due to snowfall and icy conditions.The region has been hit with heavy snow for the last few days and the cold weather looks set to continue.The Met Office issued several weather warnings of snow and ice for the region throughout the week with the latest set to last until Saturday.While families have been enjoying the snowy scenes, the weather has been a nightmare for commuters as Storm Darcy has caused travel chaos.Some roads have been impassable, forcing them to close, cars were stranded and bus services unable to depart due to the heavy snow.The frosty weather is set to continue as temperatures drop as low as 8C in some areas of the region.The weather conditions have also resulted in disruption to bin collections. Below, we have listed what councils in the North East are saying on the matter.Sign up for the latest news straight to your inboxGateshead Gateshead Council said in a statement on Friday: “Gateshead has the highest altitudes in Tyne and Wear so these areas are often more badly affected by the weather than elsewhere on Tyneside.”Our gritting teams are working around the clock to keep main roads clear, but estate roads, back lanes and roads which aren’t routinely gritted have been difficult to access, particularly in towns and villages on higher ground and this has affected waste collections.”We have allocated additional gritting vehicles in these areas to help ensure waste collections are completed, but the recent snow has definitely slowed up our waste collection service and they have been having problems completing their rounds.”The main areas affected this week have been mostly hilly areas such as Blaydon, Winlaton, Ryton, Crawcrook and parts of Low Fell including the Easedale area. We are expecting today’s collections in Birtley could also be affected.”We have been asking residents to take in their bins if we’ve been unable to empty them as usual and to put them back out for collection on Saturday morning when we will be providing catch up collections.”Northumberland A spokesperson for Northumberland County Council said: “Fortunately we haven missed any general waste collections as the affected areas were getting recycling bins collected this week.Newcastle A Newcastle City Council spokesperson said: “Despite the challenges posed by the very cold, wintry weather our crews have worked extremely hard to complete as many collections as possible across the city.”Where we have been unable to reach some bins, we have asked residents to leave them out, and are endeavouring to empty them as soon as we can.