Category Archives: Suffolk County Council

Anne Whybrow for Bosmere Division

Former county councillor Anne Whybrow who refers to Stu’maaarket as the centre of the universe, lost her county seat at the last county elections to a UKIP candidate who didn’t want to be a councillor. As a matter of fact, … Continue reading

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Tories Storm to Victory in Newmarket and Red Lodge

The Conservatives have won the Newmarket and Red Lodge division by election with a comfortable majority of 150 and gained control of the County Council as a result. The excellent Conservative candidate, Robin Millar won with 644 votes. In second … Continue reading

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Why Newmarket and Red Lodge Residents should Vote for Robin Millar on Thursday

Robin is a former mayor of Newmarket and is currently deputy leader of Forest Heath District Council. During his 12 years as a district councillor, Robin has always looked for positive and practical ways to solve issues for local residents … 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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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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