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Political Campaigning in Suffolk

Intelligence sources inform us that the Green Party are targeting Bridge Ward in next May’s Ipswich Borough elections. Intelligence sources also inform us that the Suffolk Green Party are holding a meeting at Woodbridge Library tomorrow (Monday). As always the … Continue reading

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Momentum

Momentum have shut down their Hitler Youth Division. Momentum chair Jon Lansman ordered the Momentum Youth and Students (MYS) organisation, to hand over passwords to social media accounts in a letter sent to it’s members and here it is Is … Continue reading

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Brandon Lewis today asked Jeremy Corbyn on Marr to condemn the online hate and abuse.

Brandon Lewis today asked Jeremy Corbyn on Marr to condemn the online hate and abuse. He was asked to sign up to a joint respectpledge Corbyn has refused on Peston thus encouraging even more divisiveness that he seems to thrive … Continue reading

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Labour Wants to Burden People with Higher Council Tax

Chris Williamson said a Labour council with the backing of local voters could decide to raise council tax by substantially more than the central government cap, while at the same time committing to full discounts for people living in lower … Continue reading

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RSV Agrees with Guy Verhofstadt

Guy Verhofstadt has attacked Eastern European states particularly Poland and Hungary for speaking against the demands from him and his fellow fascists in Brussels and told  them to leave the European Union if they don’t want to follow the democracy … Continue reading

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Housing the Nation

The present housing crisis is due to the fact that Margaret Thatcher had more houses built in one year than the useless Labour Party had built in thirteen. But now the Conservatives have begun the work of housing the nation. … Continue reading

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The Conservative Party is the Guardian of the NHS

Beveridge and the 1944 white paper advocated a mix of taxpayer and insurance based provision. Bevan failed and created a nationalised monolith. The 2006 doctors contract increased doctors pay, without even being asked which enabled them to work part time … Continue reading

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