Author Archives: Kevin Algar

My Week Ahead 19- 23 November 2017

Monday 19th November– Chetham Domus praecepta competiturum. Tuesday 20th November – Campaigning in Gipping. Wednesday 21st November – Full council Meeting at the Corn Exchange 6:00 pm. Thursday 22nd November -Researching Issues in Woodbridge. This week I am doing things … Continue reading

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Woods Lane Closure (Week One)

On her blog here, Caroline Page says, I continue concerned for independent Woodbridge retailers whose November/Decembr profits will be damaged by people electing not to drive into Woodbridge to shop, as well as all the residents, pupils and workers affected … Continue reading

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Israel’s Imprisonment of Palestinian Children

According to PSC, Israel is the only country in the world that systematically prosecutes children in military courts – between 500 and 700 each year. Since 2012, Israel has held an average of 204 Palestinian children in custody each month, … Continue reading

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The Labour/Momentum Cult’s Stupid Christmas Cards

The Labour/Momentum Cult has produced some stupid Christmas Cards for devotees of the weird cult to waste their money on. One of them has a Snowman wearing a Lenin Hat and a scarf with their beloved terrorist sympathising liar’s name … Continue reading

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Return of the King?

There is a rumour that the legendary King of Gipping has reclaimed his throne, rallied his armies and plans to rout the enemies of his realm. There are reports that since his abdication, the King of Gipping has become alarmed … Continue reading

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Ipswich Amnesty Group November Meeting Report

Talk on human rights in Egypt: Mick Venables told us that he was one of the coordinators for Egypt. The BRAVE campaign focuses on five human rights defenders from all over the world. One of them is Azza Soliman from … Continue reading

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In Defence of Therese Coffey

There has been a lot of unjust criticism over Suffolk Coastal MP, Therese Coffey’s response to closure of Woods Lane. According to the Morning Ipswich Star here, she appeared on Radio Suffolk yesterday to discuss the closure. She has followed-up … Continue reading

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