Category Archives: Ipswich Conservatives

Heartless Ipswich Labour Insist on Closing Crèche Services

On Thursday at the scrutiny committee there were brilliant presentations by one of the crèche users along with Conservative councillors Robin Hyde Chambers, Nadia Cenci, Richard Pope and George Debman in support of keeping the crèche services open.  But Labour’s … Continue reading

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Ipswich Borough Executive Meeting Report

Yesterday evening was the meeting of the Ipswich Borough Executive and Ipswich Labour intended to use it for party political purposes but ended up being annihilated by Conservative Group Leader Nadia Cenci. Item 7 was  New Homes Bonus: Sharpening the … Continue reading

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Response to Ellesmere’s Article on Housing

After hiking up every-bodies council tax unnecessarily Ipswich Labour have put their borough election campaign in full swing. Hence in today’s Morning Ipswich Star, David Ellesmere has written lots of lies. Ellesmere’s latest weekly rant is about housing. Now for … Continue reading

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Latest from Ben Gummer

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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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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