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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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Chantry Library Author talk and Friends AGM

17:30 to 20:00, 16 March 2015 Chantry Library, Hawthorn Drive Come and hear best selling local author Charlie Haylock on “the eccentricities of the English Language”- this is part of the Friends of Chantry Library (FoCL) AGM- all are welcome … Continue reading

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Natalie Bennett’s Awesome Interview on LBC

This is a much watch. It is simply amazing.

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The Labour Party is an International Laughing Stock

Labour would make the whole country a laughing stock. Vote Conservative.

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Ipswich is the capital of East Anglia.

Here on DullNews.com, the loathed one informs us that Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk. With a charter dating back 815 years, it has more listed buildings than Mustard City or Cambridge. It is England’s oldest continuously occupied Anglo … Continue reading

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8,300 Enslaved in the United Kingdom

There are an estimated 8,300 people in modern slavery in United Kingdom – this is equivalent to 0.013% of the entire population. According to government records, the most prominent form of modern slavery identified in the United Kingdom (UK) is … Continue reading

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