Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Good Week for Democracy

This week has been a good week for democracy and democracy is being flaunted by the free world. Great Britain lead the way by David Cameron getting parliament recalled so that any possible military action against the Assad regime could … Continue reading

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Political Campaigning in Ipswich

Ipswich Conservatives are still campaigning hard in Ipswich. On Thursday evening they amazingly had seventeen activists out in Westgate Ward. I have been informed that there were a number of recurring issues. Now today Ipswich Conservatives had ten activists out … Continue reading

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Labour are Traitors to Britain and Humanity.

Those of us who are old enough have known that Labour are traitors to Great Britain since 1982 when Labour under their second greatest leader ever, contrary to public opinion, supported the betrayal of British citizens in the South Atlantic, … Continue reading

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The Muddled East

Gavin Maclure has written a post here titled Syria: Mad dog Assad’s barbaric behaviour needs to be punished. As if we’re strong parents dealing with a petulant child. I think it’s more complicated than that but Gavin rightly says On … Continue reading

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Hillarious Email

I’ve received a copy of a brilliant Email. According to the Email, Foreign policy expert, Diane Abbott has told Ed Milliband in no uncertain terms what the consequences will be if he backs military intervention in Syria. Apparently Labour are … Continue reading

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Jamie Oliver: Let Poor Eat Organic Mussels.

Originally posted on Ipswich Unemployed Action.:
As the Void aptly says, Jamie Oliver is the biggest prat on the British telly – a prize for which there is stiff competition. He has just had a big whinge about people who…

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Guest post by Benjamin Disraeli

Two nations between whom there is no intercourse and no sympathy; who are as ignorant of each other’s habits, thoughts, and feelings, as if they were dwellers in different zones, or inhabitants of different planets. Those worried about the value … Continue reading

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The Illusion of Local Democracy

On a post about Ipswich Borough Council’s new pay scheme here, the loathed one informs us Yet Councillors have been told they should not get involved in the implementation of SSH, with an email from Deputy Chief Executive, Helen Pluck, … Continue reading

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Push to complete Ipswich bus stations by Christmas

Major works to improve both of Ipswich’s bus stations should be completed well before the Christmas period starts, it has been announced today. Work on the Old Cattle Market was originally scheduled to be completed by the end of August … Continue reading

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Response to James Spencer’s post on trains

Here James Spencer over at Bridge Ward News has written a post called It’s unfair to blame Gummer for the trains. Just yet. It starts off One of the things that will undoubtedly be appearing on Ben Gummer’s re-election leaflets … Continue reading

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