Tory Grip on Ipswich political Blogesphere Continues to Tighten

While Ipswich Labour are busy tweeting their 140 character meaningless sound bites on Twitter, the Tory grip on the local political blogesphere continues to tighten. The latest edition to the Local Political Blogesphere being Councillor Liz Harsant

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15 Responses to Tory Grip on Ipswich political Blogesphere Continues to Tighten

  1. A Ross says:

    Pity then that the Ipswich Tory website is so out of date- last post 14th September and that was just the copy of an Evening Star article

    • That’s strange because the only thing that appears on Ipswich Labours site is Morning Evening Star articles. Also, the fact that a lot of what’s said by Ipswich labour on their website and in the Morning Evening Star is stuff sent from Labour head office in London is so obvious, it let’s everyone know that Ipswich Labour are not allowed to think for themselves.

  2. A Ross says:

    Thst funny, just checked and none of the last 3 articles have been in the Evening Star – and all written this week, facts wrong yet again.
    Then again you put a Tory/Evening Star article on your blog a week before the Star used it, even though it was date sensitive,

  3. A Ross says:

    You can’t help yourself can you? The main article is about the Golden Key and the next on our candidate for St Margarets Ward, nit sure anyone in Lobdon would have heard of either!

    Scoop the Star? Suggest you read the Harsant article again, the article was date sensitive and even had notes to the Star about pictures in it, you did not even take them out – rather a stupid error

    • You can’t help yourself can you? The main article is about the Golden Key and the next on our candidate for St Margarets Ward, nit sure anyone in Lobdon would have heard of either!

      Would you be saying the same thing if I leaked a not yet published document writen by ipswich Labour?

      • Stephen says:

        Oh yes, dRoss campaigning against a non-existent proposal for the Golden Key site – the same dRoss who cannot spell or punctuate properly, despite working at a fee-paying school.

      • None existant library closures, non existant school crossing patrols axings, non-existent proposals for sites of pubs. Ipswich Labour never base ‘campiagns’ on facts.

  4. Stephen says:

    True.

  5. A Ross says:

    Planning permission is in for Golden Key site – fact
    Two school crossing patrol sites in Ipswich still vacant
    So yet again Kevin you are wrong but we wait to see if you tell the truth once you are nominated to stand for a council seat in May

    • Paul Norton says:

      Even Paul Geater accused you of putting the cart before the horse on the Golden Key. What is it with Labour? Not content with huge contributions in the late 90’s from Tesco, now you run hysterical campaigns against non existent plans. If I were a lawyer for Tesco I would consider saying IBC Labour are so biased against Tesco that any refusal of planning is open to judicial review…

      • Stephen says:

        You are right to re-iterate that Labour started to campaign against a “Tesco proposal” that they knew didn’t exist.

        What is your height?

    • Two crossing patrol positions vacant. Have you applied for either post yet Alasdair?

  6. Glen says:

    Getting back to the original subject.I feel twitters influence is far from meaningless in the local political scene.where as a blog will have a limited readership in both numbers and narrow political intrest.twitter allows you to speak to a broader range of people.if you make a good point it is often retwitted by people who follow you to their followers expanding your point to people who may not have been inclined to read it if you just posted it on a blog.

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