Author Archives: Kevin Algar

Waveney Labour Fail to have council tax hiked up

Yesterday Waveney District Council had their budget meeting. The ruling Conservative group put forward a budget that froze council tax. The Labour group brought forward a number of amendments. Most of the Labour amendments to the budget were carried including … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour Hike Up Council Tax Again

Last night Ipswich Labour supported by the Ipswich Lib Dems voted to hike up council tax for the fourth year running. Labour put it up because they want to make people worse off and claim it’s the Tories fault. Quite … Continue reading

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East Anglian Rail Services

Ben Gummer asked the Prime Minister Last week my right hon. Friend launched the franchise competition for rail services in East Anglia, including a demand for state-of-the-art rolling stock. He may be aware that some Members of the House want … Continue reading

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Red Ken in Mustard City

Tax dodging former Labour mayor of London, Ken Livingstone was in Mustard City yesterday. East Anglia’s Premier Political Blogger has been informed that he went canvassing in the cities University Ward and made a statement blaming Margaret Thatcher for everything. … Continue reading

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Burglary – Victoria Street, Ipswich

Between 08:15am and 4:00pm Tuesday 24th February, an offender forced the front door of a home in Victoria Street, Ipswich. A search was made within the property and the following items were stolen; a black leather bag, passport, a Canon … Continue reading

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Judy Terry: Bank branches closing shows the need for credit unions

From here. Local authorities spend millions of pounds a year on ‘economic development’, with questionable outcomes. Evidence of job creation directly resulting from their efforts is scarce. The first realisation of business activity usually arises as a result of a … Continue reading

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Conservative’s Support of Child Care

The Coalition has expanded the free childcare for 15 hours a week for all three and four year olds to incorporate disadvantaged two year olds. The state also funds extended after-hours school services, subsidised childcare in Sure Start Centres and … Continue reading

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