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Ipswich twinned with Pyongyang

By the looks of what’s displayed in the window of the Ipswich Borough Council owned Ipswich Buses office in Tower Ramparts, Ipswich is twinned with capital of North Korea, Pyongyang Would our dear leaders allow a Tory leaflet to be … Continue reading

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Labour’s Illness Tax

Not only did Labour bring in the Bedroom Tax, they also brought in the Illness Tax as part of their privatisation of our once precious NHS. Labour sold the hospitals and allowed their rich mates to tax people for being … Continue reading

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An Idea to raise funds for the NHS

Maybe the hospitals Labour sold should be sponsored, to help them get back some of the money, for instance Ipswich Hospital could be called the HSBC Hospital and Emergency unit, in honour of the company Labour sold it to

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How Labour helped their rich friends

Labour’s rich mates made huge profits after rapidly selling on state school and hospital projects shortly after finishing them, despite being awarded long-term contracts. The chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee, Margaret Hodge, pretended to be disgusted by her … Continue reading

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The threat to the NHS is not meant to be stopped, it is meant to be continuous.

There will always be urgent Emails from 38 degrees and warnings of the end of the NHS from the likes of Andy Burnham. It’s not a matter of whether the threat to the NHS is not real, or if it … Continue reading

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Response to Andy Burnham’s Email.

I’ve just received an unbelievable Email from Andy Burnham. It says Now we know: in the last year, almost a million people waited more than four hours in A&E. David Cameron is taking the NHS backwards. The Labour Party is … Continue reading

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Bringing Back Family Doctors

The Conservatives have secured a new GP contract that brings back family doctors. Labour’s 2004 contract broke that personal link between GP and patient. Moreover, it piled target after target on doctors, removed their responsibility for out-of-hours care and put … Continue reading

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