Author Archives: Kevin Algar

Where are the 10000 Houses to be Built in Ipswich?

At tomorrows Full Council meeting the need for 100000 new homes is on the agenda. I would like to know where they are going to be built. After reading the report here I still don’t know. Now we are aware … Continue reading

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£5million improvements for five of Ipswich’s busiest road junctions

Today’s Morning Ipswich Star reports that a £5million package of improvements has been put forward for five of Ipswich’s most congested junctions. It says The scheme, announced by Suffolk County Council yesterday, will see upgrades at the Landseer Road/Clapgate Lane … Continue reading

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Woodbridge Lib Dems in Terror

We understand that the Lib Dems in Woodbridge have become alarmed at the news of an oncoming storm.   In response to this, the County Councillor for Ipswich Road is putting on a brave face while preparing to baton down … Continue reading

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Response to Latest Guile from Brussels

So the  former PM of Luxembourg and Little Napolean, Juncker has said that Britain will regret Brexit. Early last century a little Austrian bloke said something similar. But there is absolutely no way that we are going to regret Brexit. … Continue reading

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Concerns about the Finest City in England

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Is Momentum/Corbyn a Cult?

I was musing about how a certain cult operates. Many cults have a founder who is revered by it’s adherents. In the Jehovah’s Witnesses case, Charles Russell, in the Mormons case, Joseph Smith and in the case of the cult I … Continue reading

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Sandy Martin has Betrayed the People of Ipswich

Sandy Martin has voted against the Brexit Bill which was a bill designed to repatriate powers from the undemocratic, poverty creating, federalist project that is the EU, in accordance with the clear instruction given to the government by the people … Continue reading

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