Category Archives: Fire Service

Ipswich Labour’s Lies about Fire Service

Ipswich Labour’s latest junk mail has the headline 12,000 Suffolk Residents Say Save Our Fire Service. Sounds like a lot of people doesn’t it? Well it isn’t. Here are some population statistics for Suffolk. Ipswich 133,384 Lowestoft 71,000 Bury St … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour’s lies about the Suffolk Fire Service

On Monday the Ipswich Borough Leader, David Ellesmere had a party political broadcast about changes to the fire service. The whole ranting and rambling article is designed to frighten people. Why do Labour do this? Why are they constantly economic … Continue reading

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Changes to the Suffolk Fire Service in Ipswich

The local branch of the terrorist sympathising, Britain hating, security threatening student protest group commonly known as the Labour Party were on the Corn Hill in Ipswich today, telling the public that they’re all going to be burnt alive  because … Continue reading

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Suffolk Annual Policing Review

At tonight’s meeting of the Ipswich Borough Scrutiny Committee, Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore presented his annual policing review. Tim Passmore started by speaking of achievements that have been made in the last year. He started talking about … Continue reading

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Consultation on proposed fire service cuts in Suffolk

Yesterday the Suffolk County Council cabinet gave the go ahead for a 14-week consultation on the Fire Service’s Integrated Risk Management Plan and associated proposals. The consultation is scheduled to start on the 16 November through to February 2016. Consultation … Continue reading

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