Monthly Archives: August 2017

Staying Safe at Outside Events – August 2017

Originally posted on Safer Suffolk Communities:
Watching your favourite singer or band from the comfort of your armchair is great, but there’s nothing like being there live on the day. Tickets to big entertainment and sporting events sell out very quickly,…

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The Woodbridge Cheese Wedge Development

On Thursday last week the East Anglian Daily Times had a article on the proposed housing development at the former council offices on Melton Hill in Woodbridge which has been dubbed giant cheese wedges by the County Councillor for Ipswich … Continue reading

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Take a stand against torture

Right now the UK stands at a crossroads. As we prepare to leave Europe and forge new relationships across the globe, now is a critical time for us to stand by our values. To stand strong against torture in all … Continue reading

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New project to replace Network Ipswich

  ‘Network Suffolk’ is about enabling unity of the Christian community across the region by providing a place to share stories and information. We aim to facilitate communication – to connect and build relationships – where people can be encouraged … Continue reading

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Stop the Saudi execution spree

Fourteen men in Saudi Arabia are facing imminent execution by beheading after ‘confessing’ – through torture – to violent offences during their alleged participation in anti-government demonstrations. It’s obvious that their unfair trial was a complete sham, and these men must … Continue reading

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J.P.Floru: How to inoculate your children against socialism

From here. J.P.Floru is a Westminster City councillor and author of The Sun Tyrant: A Nightmare called North Korea. Many parents despair when they see their children vote for a system which would not only destroy their savings, but also … Continue reading

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Response to Labour’s Rant about Potholes

One of the most annoying things a political activist hears across this land from any council regardless of which party is in control, is the phrase “It’s not deep enough.” The time that phrase annoyed me the most was when … Continue reading

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