Monthly Archives: December 2018

Happy New Year

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Ipswich Conservative candidate Tom Hunt calls on Ipswich Labour to respect referendum result!

From here. Tom Hunt, has today (31/12/2018) called on Ipswich Labour MP Sandy Martin to make clear that he fully respects the clear verdict that the people of Ipswich expressed in June 2016 to leave the EU and to oppose … Continue reading

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Tom Hunt on the Northern Route

From here. The overwhelming transport infrastructure priority for Ipswich is a northern relief road. Over the past month it’s been made clear to me whoever I’ve spoken to just how important this is for the Town. The reality is that … Continue reading

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BBC Propaganda

The Bolshevik Broadcasting Commune, the Brexit Bashing Corporation, the Buggers Broadcasting Comunism, guardian.tv, that behemoth funded by an unfair, government imposed Poll Tax and helped by the EUSSR with further funding, should be privatised. Over the Christmas period has been … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour Lies to Holywells Residents

Ipswich labour have been delivering junk mail in Holywells Ward and it just so happens that Ipswich Labour’s Favourite Blogger has obtained a copy. Primarily it rants against over £80 million being invested in Ipswich. They say that they believe … Continue reading

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Alexander’s not Great

Ipswich Labour have been delivering junk mail in Bixley Ward. A copy of has been obtained by Ipswich Labour’s Favourite Blogger. It talks about council houses being built in Cauldwell Hall Road. This is part of Ipswich Labour’s gerrymandering project … Continue reading

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Women want to escape Venezuela so badly they sell hair, breast milk, sex

Thousands upon thousands of Venezuelans pour into Colombia over a crowded cross-country bridge, their faces gaunt, carrying little more than a backpack. Rail-thin women cradle their tiny babies, and beg along the gutters that are strewn with rubbish. Women sell … Continue reading

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