Author Archives: Kevin Algar

‘Homes for Heroes’ campaign

Here the Telegraph reports Veterans are being denied council housing despite putting their lives at risk in Afghanistan and Iraq, according to new research backed by former military chiefs this week. Councils are “biased” against former servicemen and women when … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugees coming to Ipswich

The UK government has agreed to take 20,000 vulnerable Syrian refugees over the next five years. Suffolk has made an offer to take 200 of them and it looks as if the majority will be coming to the Ipswich area … Continue reading

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My week ahead, 8 – 13 February 2016

Monday 8 February – Campaigning in Gipping Ward Thursday 11 February – Campaigning in Gipping Ward Yesterday Labour MEP Richard Howitt was in Ipswich. We understand that Ipswich Labour had a campaign forum to discuss how to persuade people to … Continue reading

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David Davis’ speech on Brexit at the Institute of Chartered Engineers

From here. David Davis, Brexit: what would it look like? – 4 February 2016 It has been over 43 years since Britain joined the European Economic Community. For all that time there have been calls for Europe to reform. For … Continue reading

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Stay Safe: Firearms and Weapons Attack

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The Renegotiation Farce.

David Cameron was right to renegotiate but unfortunately due to the ideological nature of the EU project, he has come back with nothing. And look how quickly they’re going back on the deal. YESTERDAY: Cameron – deal recognises EU as … Continue reading

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Labour Junk Mail in Cambridge

Cambridge Labour have been delivering junk mail in the city’s Petersfield Ward and East Anglia’s Premier Political blogger has obtained a copy. The front page talks about Mill Road being resurfaced and a path being upgraded in the Mill Road … Continue reading

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