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Ben Gummer Waxes Lyrical about the Fourth Oldest Port in the Country

Ben Gummer MP says Ipswich Port – a hidden success story Here’s a question for you.  Which port in the United Kingdom last year exported more agricultural products than anywhere else?  Felixstowe?  Southampton?  Hull?  Liverpool?  None of these. It was … Continue reading

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A National Service in Name I have just returned from a ministerial tour of the south-west, where I have been looking at a wide range of hospitals and care providers, from a hospice to a community hospital to one of … Continue reading

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The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015. Snappy, isn’t it?  And a wonder of legislation it is too.  Don’t put it down, because I am particularly fond of this little number.  Here’s why. There were two … Continue reading

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Ben Gummer: A Happy Day When We See the BNP Pass Away

When I was first elected, I was sent a link to a video by a constituent who had stood in the same election for the British National Party.  He recommended I watch it for the good of Ipswich but did … Continue reading

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I remember well my first visit to Ipswich Police Station – the same that now lies in rubble by Civic Drive – not long after the election in 2010.  I sat in an operations room, in the early hours, whilst … Continue reading

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Ben in the Pub 6th November

Ben Gummer will be in The Woolpack on the 6th of November from 19:30-21:00.

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Making End of Life Excellent Across the Country

Conservative MP for Ipswich, Ben Gummer says It is not often that you are moved to tears at a conference fringe event but last week, in Manchester, Stephen Lock did precisely that. I was speaking at a Macmillan event on … Continue reading

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