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Alasdair Ross Walking With The Wounded

On the 14th of December, the author of the dRoss Blog will be carrying a fridge home from Felixstowe to Ipswich 16 miles – raising money for Walking With The Wounded The walk will be undertaken with him carrying a … Continue reading

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Labour’s Latest Whimsical NHS Campaign in Ipswich

Out of fear of the very likely possibility of being obliterated by UKIP at the next general election, the Labour party has started a whimsical campaign  called ‘Care for the NHS’ We have been informed that the adults in Ipswich … Continue reading

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Assault appeal – Ipswich

Police investigating an incident of assault in Ipswich are appealing for witnesses to come forward. At around 6:20am on Friday 18 November, a 40-year-old man was walking his dog on a path that runs alongside the River Gipping, off London … Continue reading

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CCTV footage released following Ipswich burglary

Police are releasing CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to following the burglary of a home in Neath Drive in Ipswich in September. Last month officers released still CCTV images of the man they want to … Continue reading

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Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties

We can withdraw from the Lisbon Treaty within 3 months, without bothering with article 50. From here In VCLT Art. 54 (a) there is also an important ‘or’ clause regarding exit. In particular, VCLT provides an alternative exit route from … Continue reading

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Unlike Santa, Slavery is Real

Alex’s story  At Christmas, we think about those less fortunate than ourselves. You’ll see from the images here that slavery can happen in every day places like a car wash – hidden in plain sight. Victims might not be wearing chains, … Continue reading

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Fidel Castro

Let’s remember the people in Havana who dream of real freedom while the state agents posted on main street corners constantly watch them. Let’s  remember all those political dissidents who were beaten and jailed for opposing Castro, many of which … Continue reading

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