Monthly Archives: July 2016

Fraudsters are impersonating telephone service providers

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Masons pub set on fire.

More to follow when we get our electricity put back on

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Congratulations to Ben Gummer

Ben Gummer has been promoted to become Cabinet Office minister – who has a vital role in co-ordinating the work of different government departments. Although not formally a member of the cabinet, he will attend cabinet meetings. More here.

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Labour at war: Red Tories Strike Back

In the Labour Party’s civil war, the Red Tories have struck back at Corbyn’s henchtrots. The Brighton and Hove Labour party voted for its new executive committee and Corbyn’s local thugs took the top jobs. The Labour Party national executive … Continue reading

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We will make Britain a country that works for every one of us

Theresa May says If you’re one of those families, if you’re just managing, I want to address you directly. I know you’re working around the clock, I know you’re doing your best, and I know that sometimes life can be … Continue reading

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Message from Theresa May

I am honoured and humbled to have been chosen by the Conservative Party to become its leader. I would like to pay tribute to the other candidates during the election campaign, and I would like to pay tribute to Andrea … Continue reading

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Farewell to David Cameron

Farewell to David Cameron, the best prime minister this country has had since 1997. He brilliantly took the Conservative party away from knee jerk, right wing reactionary politics, back to  the mainstream of sensible, one nation conservatism.  By winning two … Continue reading

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Lib Dem Focus

The leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim somebody, claims that the country needs a General Election, but being a hapless Lib Dem, he is suggesting the impossible due to the Fixed Parliament Act which was one of the yellow peril’s … Continue reading

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My Response to an Invite to Join UKIP

All the active Ipswich Swashbuckling Brexiteers have been invited to join UKIP. There’s probably more point in joining the ever pointless Lib Dems now. But here is my response to the invite. Tomorrow Theresa May shall be Prime Minister and … Continue reading

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Corbyn’s Kinder Politics

  Jeremy Corbyn is the eternal leader of the Labour Party. He has such a dictatorial grip on power that because Angela Eagle challenged his leadership, Corbyn’s henchtrots in her local constituency party are putting forward a motion to have … Continue reading

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