Monthly Archives: January 2018

Online survey to help shape new council for west Suffolk ahead of decision by Local Government Boundary Commission for England

According to the Bury Free Press here The move to create a single council for west Suffolk is being put to groups, councils and the public to help shape the new council ward boundaries. St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath councils … Continue reading

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Successful launch for new Diss Town Guide

The 24th edition of the official Diss Town Guide has been launched – with households soon to receive a copy through their letterbox. The 130-page town guide aims to provide readers with local information, current details of local services, clubs … Continue reading

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For Candidates Ipswich Labour are scraping the barrel

Labour’s straw candidate in Holywells shows that for candidates, Ipswich Labour are now scraping the barrel. First he said that Ipswich Conservatives are a pathetic excuse for councillors. I think he is a pathetic excuse for a candidate, but never … Continue reading

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Suffolk EU Alliance ‘s Strange Leaflet

The democracy hating, chattering class, spoilt brats that are the Suffolk EU Alliance have produced a rather strange leaflet. A copy of which has been obtained by the Favourite Blogging Brexiteer of a number of them. It claims that people … Continue reading

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Something Funny Denis Skinner said

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Ipswich Isn’t Being Marketed Properly

At last weeks full council meeting a question was asked by Conservative Councillor for Stoke Park, Nadia Cenci to Bridge ward councillor for Labour, Bryony Rudkin. Councillor Cenci asked Bryony if she was pleased with Country Life Magazine featuring Ipswich … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour offer the poor a packet of crisps a week

Due to the low amount properties of council tax Band C and above in Ipswich, the council tax burden for all Ipswich residents is extortionately high. This leads to Ipswich people having less expendable income and therefore has a knock … Continue reading

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