Monthly Archives: May 2012

Criminal Damage to Vehicle in Hadliegh Road

Hadleigh Road, Ipswich at approximately 10.15pm on 29/05/12 an offender has thrown an unknown object at a moving vehicle causing the front windscreen to smash. The incident happened as the motorist passed the junction at Sainsburys. Calls in relation to … Continue reading

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Ben in the Pub

I have been informed that Ben will be in Mannings on the Cornhill tonight (Thursday 31st May) from 20.30 onwards

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The Peoples Pledge

Was the government’s proposals to snoop on Emails their idea or an idea from Brussels? Because of EUSSR regulations websites based within the EUSSR are required to obtain consent to place small files (cookies) on peoples PC’s. If you do … Continue reading

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Putting record straight on the northern fringe

In yesterdays Morning Ipswich Star was a letter by Ipswich MP’s Ben Gummer and Dan Poulter titled “Putting record straight on the northern fringe” I reprint it in full below. YOUR title on the proposed Northern Fringe (Ipswich Star, May … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour Oppose a good State Education

This article sums up the idiocy of socialism beautifully. Like Comrade Miliband I too had a dream! I dreamt we destroyed growth, I dreamt we slashed employment opportunities and I dreamt we taxed businesses to oblivion. I had a dream … Continue reading

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Ellsemere’s latests Star Column

In today’s Morning Ipswich Star, Captain Mainwaring is still on the Riverside Clinic bandwagon. As I said here. In March I wrote a post called rebutting Labours Lies in Advance here, where I said that Ipswich Labour were very likely … Continue reading

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Nick Clegg: no free vote on gay marriage

Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg tells the BBC that his MPs will be forced to vote in favour of gay marriage, whether they like it or not. His stance puts him at odds with his coalition partner, David Cameron, who … Continue reading

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