Monthly Archives: May 2015

Zero-hours contracts exclusivity clauses ban comes into force

Rules banning exclusivity clauses in zero-hours contracts come into force from the 26th of May 2015. The rules, which were introduced by the last coalition government, come into effect with the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, which was … Continue reading

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The Tribalism of Ipswich Labour

On BBC politics this morning Heidi Allen, Conservative MP for South Cambridgeshire and Lewis Herbert, Leader of Cambridge City Council talked about how savings have been made through merging certain services between Conservative controlled South Cambridgeshire council and Labour controlled … Continue reading

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Norwich City secure final 2016 Premier League relegation spot

It is reported here. that goals from Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond have ended Norwich City’s 2-year wait for another relegation from the top flight as they defeated Middlesbrough in the Championship play-off final. Norwich’s performance was worthy of winning … Continue reading

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Flooding at the Bottom of Birkfield Drive

I submitted a question to the South West Area Committee in regard to the ongoing issue of the springs at the bottom of Birkfield Drive flooding the pavement and the road?” We were informed that they have found the source … Continue reading

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Reporting Highways Issues in Suffolk

Highways issues can now be reported directly to Suffolk County Council online and Suffolk County council will keep you updated with progress. It’s like FixMyStreet but better. Website here. There is also a site informing of road works here.

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We’re on the brink of something special

The first task of a One Nation Government is to help all working people have security. And nothing is more crucial to that than a job. A new Bill will help to create two million more jobs this Parliament. That … Continue reading

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An Email from Hattie

Last week I received an Email from Hattie Harperson. It starts I want you to have your say in Labour’s upcoming Leader and Deputy Leadership elections. Personally I don’t think Ed MiliCluskey should have resigned. He was absolutely brilliant and … Continue reading

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