Tag Archives: Ben Gummer

We can do better than this

Ben Gummer MP says A few weeks ago I promised to write a little more about cycling – a promise whose fulfilment has been delayed by events. In the same article, I praised the Borough Council for helping to organize … Continue reading

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News from Ben Gummer

Now I Know What Bliss Is Made Of Until you’ve done it, no one can describe the pure delight of waking up next to your own little baby. Stevie Wonder puts it best (with appropriate change of sex): ‘We have … Continue reading

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Ipswich Conservative News and Action

Councillor Cenci reports here Normally August would be a quiet time, a month in which to catch one’s breath and to reflect. However, we Ipswich conservative activists have been working several times a week to talk to residents, listen to … Continue reading

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“The Cost of Tory Cuts”

One of the pledges Suffolk Conservatives made during the 2013 County Council elections was a £270 Million investment in care facilities Ipswich Labour’s Chantry Rose for that election claimed it was the cost of ‘Tory cuts’ and had the sub-headline … Continue reading

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Better Train Service for Ipswich Commuters

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Latest from Ben Gummer

Suffolk Loving Ipswich I grew up in the Suffolk countryside, first in Fressingfield, near Diss, and then after I was eight years old, just outside Debenham, in the little village of Winston. I remember, when I was very little, going … Continue reading

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News from Ben Gummer and Ipswich Conservatives

Great Local Welfare Assistance I recently attended the one year anniversary of the Local Welfare Assistance Programme. This is a very successful scheme run by Suffolk County Council, with the help of organisations such Lighthouse Women’s Aid, the CAB and … Continue reading

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