As there is a general election in may, for the first time in years, many residents of the Ipswich West end have received a copy of Ipswich Labour’s council tax payer funded propaganda sheet, the
Ipswich Pravda Angle.
The latest edition of the Ipswich Pravda has that bloke who wants to be the towns MP on the front page with an article about the central plank of his general election campaign.
The next page has a piece about Christchuch Mansion displaying a Constable.
On page six is a misleading article about Ipswich Labour’s vanity buy of the sugar beet site. It doesn’t mention that they have borrowed money to buy it and clean the site up. It doesn’t mention that Ipswich council tax payers are now saddled with around £20 million in debt due to this vanity project. The fact is, they purchased it because spending other people’s money is what Labour likes doing best.
To put Ipswich people off the scent of the Angle being Ipswich Labour’s council tax payer funded propaganda sheet, it has a picture of the excellent Conservative councillor for Holywells Ward, Liz Harsant in it on page nine. It’s a bit about the Ravenswood Playbus. But in the interests of bias, the story does not appear in the online edition of Ipswich Labour’s council tax payer funded propaganda sheet. In the interests of bias I post a photo of the article below
Why would that be the article that isn’t in the online edition? Labour bias! Think I’m making it up? Go to the Angle website and look for yourself.