Monthly Archives: April 2018

Conservatives get things done

Up until this time last year Ipswich only had one Conservative County Councillor. Now it has three. Since then, funding for schools in Ipswich has increased, a city bid has been announced and more street lights are kept lit after … Continue reading

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It’s Time for Ipswich to Vote Conservative

In Ipswich over the last 2 years over £5 Million of council tax payers money has been spent on repaying interest, last year alone Labour borrowed £56 Million. The current total debt is £187 million. Labour controlled sports and leisure … Continue reading

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Ipswich’s Rubbish MP

Now Alexander is an MP he is asked awkward questions by the Ipswich public. We have been informed that when Ipswich residents ask him awkward questions he gets rude and abusive. This confirms what we already knew. What we already … Continue reading

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Ipswich Desperately Needs Change

Historically as the County Town of Suffolk, people have moved to Ipswich from the country to better their prospects. Because the people remained country people at heart, Ipswich became known as East Anglia’s largest village. But something is happening that … Continue reading

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Cheesewedges to blot the Woodbridge Landscape

The East Suffolk Planning Committee has given the go ahead to the Cheese Wedge Development. Five members of the District Council planning committee were for the development and 5 were against it. Committee chairman and district councillor for Kesgrave West, … Continue reading

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Supporting the Windrush Generation

Commonwealth citizens who settled in the UK before 1973 have a right to live in the UK. The overwhelming majority have the documents they need, but there are some who, through no fault of their own, do not. Therefore, this … Continue reading

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Suffolk Conservatives Wage War on Potholes.

More than 6,500 potholes in Suffolk have been repaired since the start of the year as the Conservative County Council continues its all-out war to tackle the issue across Suffolk. Suffolk County Council (SCC) says a further 950 pothole repairs … Continue reading

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