Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Muddled East

Over the weekend, while the world’s gaze was on Gaza and Syria, the situation of Christians in northern Iraq took a sharp turn for the worse, with thousands forced to flee their homes. The situation is so dire that a … Continue reading

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Travellers on Gippeswyk Park

Here James Spencer has written a post about the travellers residing on Gippeswyk Park. James says that we’ll see if the Ipswich Labour Party approves of this invasion by the amount of time it takes to evict them. If it … Continue reading

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Socialism and Economics don’t mix

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Grammar Pedantry

I don’t usually write such pedantic stuff as this, but our intelligence sources indicate that this story is going to feature on DullNews.com’s Saturday Diary this week. So we’re scooping them out of spite. In the Morning Ipswich Star this … Continue reading

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How to Politicise Anything by Ipswich Labour

Here Ipswich Borough Council Conservative Group Leader, Nadia Cenci informs us Let me tell you a little story. One which once again highlights how Ipswich labour operate and how they can litter their PR with untruths at the drop of … Continue reading

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Question for Ipswich Labour

As the SCC consultation on children’s centres is being lead by Labour MP Frank Field, how are you going to word your literature threatening the electorate with imminent closures if they don’t vote Labour?

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British Imams condemn ISIS

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