Monthly Archives: December 2010

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Ipswich Transport minister loses his seat CON GAIN FROM LAB Political Party Vote Share % Conservative 39.1 Labour 34.7 Liberal Democrat 18.2 Constituency Swing 8.1% From LAB to CON

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Ipswich Street Prostitution Strategy Funding.

In today’s Evening Star is an article about the threat to the Ipswich Street prostitution strategy funding. It can be read here. Either the author or an editor is in favour of the legalisation of prostitution. (Please excuse me while … Continue reading

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Seems the Truth Just isn’t Sinking in For Labour

In the Evening Star today there is a truly excellent letter written by Stephen M Lark, entitled Seems the Truth Just isn’t Sinking in For Labour. It’s so good I’m going to reprint it in it’s entirety . (I’m also … Continue reading

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Rape in Ipswch

Police in Ipswich are appealing for information following an allegation of rape by a 27-year-old woman. The woman had been out with a friend in Pals on the evening of Tuesday 28th December 2010 but became separated from him. At … Continue reading

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Therese Coffey on Prisoner Drug Addiction Treatment

The Evening Star today says that Therese Coffey MP has called for less NHS money to be spent helping prisoners get off hard drugs and instead used to treat law abiding citizens. I thought I was going to disagree with … Continue reading

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Response to Brian Pinner’s letter to Evening Star. 28/12/10

Former Conservative Ipswich Borough and Suffolk county councillor, Brian Pinner has written a letter to The Evening Star regarding how the Suffolk County council leadership conducts business and I must say, has a good point. He says “In the “good … Continue reading

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The Queens Christmas Day Speech

Here in full is the text of the Queen’s Christmas message. Over 400 years ago King James VI of Scotland inherited the throne of England at a time when the Christian church was deeply divided. Here at Hampton Court in … Continue reading

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