Monthly Archives: April 2017

Who will Jeremy Corbyn’s GE Candidate be in Ipswich?

Who will Jeremy of Islington have to represent him on the ballot paper in Ipswich for the General Election? That other blog which has resurrected like a Zombie has been very contradictory over the last couple of days. For instance, … Continue reading

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Ipswich Zombie Blog

It is usually bad business practice to give your competitors free advertising by mentioning their names. But as many of our regular readers want us to attack a certain website, A Riverside View shall be providing the product that people … Continue reading

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A Week of Resurrections

On Sunday was the glorious resurrection of Jesus Christ. Yes, I know it’s ridiculous but Christ has risen indeed. Alleluia. On Monday we saw a lesser resurrection. We saw the resurrection of Ipswich Town as they played football for the … Continue reading

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Campaigning in Suffolk and Beyond

The Green Party have been campaigning in Cosford Division and the Monday before Easter had a ‘regional Action Day’ campaigning around Lavenham. We have been informed that they had briefings on the distribution of letters and went leafleting. They also … Continue reading

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Conservative County council candidates in Ipswich

Details of Ipswich Conservative County council candidates in Ipswich can be found here

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It’s all about Brexit

Theresa May’s speech in full. “I have just chaired a meeting of the cabinet, where we agreed that the government should call a general election, to be held on 8 June. “I want to explain the reasons for that decision, … Continue reading

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Chris Chambers and Lee Reynolds for St Margaret’s and Westgate

Chris Chambers and Lee Reynolds are standing for election to Suffolk County Council because they want to see the very best for the local community in St Margarets, Westgate, Castle Hill and Ipswich. They are concerned about the lack of infrastructure … Continue reading

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