Monthly Archives: December 2010

Merry Christmas to all Our Readers

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How to Avoid Answering a Question

Since my enquiry to the members of Suffolk DAAT that I blogged about here. I have received an Email from Suffolk DAAT Coordinator Simon Aalders In answer to this “To Whom it may concern I am Emailing you to enquire … Continue reading

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Street Prostitution Strategy Funding Threat Update.

Since my last post regarding this subject many residents of the London road area have taken the time to contact Cllr Jeremy Pembroke at Suffolk County Council. It has also been suggested that we also copy our messages to our … Continue reading

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Library Protestors plan ‘Read ins’

Andrew Coates has blogged Here on a Guardian article here. Coatesy posted the best part of the article which is “Campaigner Alan Gibbons is proposing a co-ordinated day of protest in February, the month when councils are due to finalise … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour’s Journalistic Standards

I don’t often visit Ipswich Labours website but today I did and was very amused by the Strasbourg Quango member Richard Howitt’s comments regarding the Forensic Science Service (FSS) It starts “The announcement by the Government on Tuesday 14 December … Continue reading

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More Beds for Rough Sleepers Over Christmas

Ipswich Conservatives report that The Ipswich Council site news reports an additional allocation of emergency beds at Wilbury House in Norwich Road over the Christmas period (from 24th December to 4th January). Normally two emergency beds are available to rough … Continue reading

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Enquiring to Suffolk DAAT

Since blogging about Suffolk DAAT’s Wild Conclusion that Open Road based in Essex and CRI based in London better understand the challenges of working in Suffolk, are better placed to fulfil the contract including local management and staffing levels, suitable … Continue reading

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