Monthly Archives: May 2013
Concerning the May Day, beer and sandwiches, Tory bashing event in Alexandra Park, here IS/BR said I would tend to agree, for possibly the first time, with Tory Kevin Algar, when he says “It’s a shame that a day that … Continue reading
Originally posted on Bridge Ward News:
One of the biggest political fundraisers in Ipswich is the May Day Festival. It is the size and so, one would assume (although the books are private), that it is about as profitable and…
Originally posted on Gavin Maclure's Musings:
Hot on the heels of treating bloggers the same as the dead tree press hacks at Full Council meetings, finally getting a path laid then litter-picked (after a humungous fight), local Tory bloggers…
There is a most damnable religion in this country. It’s adherents live in a state of fractal wrongness. All logic is discarded and seen as heresy by it’s adherents, due to their fanatical devotion and worship. It’s most fanatical followers … Continue reading
A policy so bonkers. not even the Lib Dems would have thought of it.
James Spencer has written a very silly post here, with the title of Stupid things Gavin Maclure has written this week. It starts Gavin Maclure writes in favour of more money for MPs. However this is stupid for two reasons. … Continue reading
On Tuesday evening I attended the South West Area Committee. I don’t think the labour councillors were worried about losing the chair of it. The only good councillor in South west Ipswich, Nadia Cenci wasn’t present and neither was Dame … Continue reading
Six Suffolk athletes were presented with grant funding to support their developing sporting talent. Suffolk Athletes receiving County Council presented certificates on behalf of the Suffolk Sports Aid Foundation to six young, up and coming Suffolk athletes with grant funding … Continue reading
Tuesday 28 May 6:30pm South West Area Committee at Greenfinch Church, Greenfinch Avenue.
It appears that this week, David Ellesmere decided to use his Morning Ipswich Star column to talk down the economy, while not being sure that talking down the economy is a good idea. Hence this, One of the perils of … Continue reading