Monthly Archives: July 2019

Brilliant Comebacks I’ve seen on social media recently

There was this awesome response by Paul West Then there was a response to this about Jacob Rees Mogg To which the response was Then today there was this. Advertisements

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I Support the Ipswich Northern Bypass Inner Option

The best route for a northern bypass of Ipswich which is undoubtedly the inner option. The outer option is too far out for it to achieve any objective. The middle route Is also inappropriate because lorries travelling from the Midlands … Continue reading

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Cllr Geoff Holdscroft’s piece in Vision Magazine

First, I would like to thank everyone involved in making this year’s Woodbridge regatta a success. It takes months of planning starting in January only for it to be over in a few short hours. This year it was bigger … Continue reading

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Cheese Wedges Round Three

Naturally, I have put in an objection to this application. What can we said about this insane development that has not been said before? Basically, this third round of the Cheese Wedge Saga is a repeat of the second round … Continue reading

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SCC’s Proposals Regarding Children’s Services

Yellow Peril County Councillor for Ipswich Road Woodbridge, Caroline Page has been making a lot of noise about the Caterpiller Centre closing in Woodbridge. Clearly she considers the matter important as part of her election campaign next year. No doubt, … Continue reading

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CPS successfully prosecutes second major modern slavery case this month

A father and son have today (29 July) been convicted for their roles in long-running conspiracy to exploit Eastern European workers they trafficked into the UK. Victims from the Czech Republic and Slovakia were promised jobs with good pay – but … Continue reading

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A record number of children were killed and maimed in conflict last year.

The year 2018 was marked by the highest levels of children killed or maimed in armed conflict since the United Nations started monitoring and reporting this grave violation, shows the latest Annual Report of the Secretary-General on Children and Armed … Continue reading

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