Monthly Archives: March 2017

Ipswich, Colchester and Suffolk Reform

We all know how the Greater Ipswich Area is suffering due to ridiculous area boundaries and Reform Suffolk have candidates standing in this May’s council elections to increase the debate concerning the dilemma we now find ourselves in. While Reform … Continue reading

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Ipswich Borough Crèche Services

At this week’s Ipswich Borough executive meeting the representatives of users of the crèche service which Ipswich Labour seem to be completely hell bent on closing, presented their case and a petition. The users proposed to keep the service running … Continue reading

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Cry me a River

Yes Brexit is coming. We are leaving the European Union. We are going to be a free, self governing, global, out looking nation again. Oh happy day! Now we have to laugh at the sour, whinging remoaners. Lib Dem peer … Continue reading

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Does Ipswich look like a dump compared to how it looked in the past?

No!

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Ipswich Labour at War

Intelligence sources inform us that a very important subject has been on the agenda of at least one Ipswich Labour meeting recently. The subject being, their favourite blog. Ipswich Labour’s favourite blogger has been informed that comrades of Ipswich Labour … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour’s Appalling Record on Children’s Services

Ipswich Labour are intent on closing borough crèche services but believe that they can be holier than thou by indulging in whataboutery. It is hypocrisy on their part due to their appalling record when it comes to children’s services. In … Continue reading

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How Out of Touch is Jeremy of Islington?

Just how out of touch is Jeremy of Islington and his Labour Party? In light of the fact that they have asked the few people who now support them to write to George Osborne, petitioning him not to cut benefits … Continue reading

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