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Murray Brunning, a Strong Voice for Bridge Ward

Murray is 35 years old and has lived and worked in Ipswich his entire life. He currently lives in the Waterfront area of the town with his wife Lauren and his 18 month old daughter Aria. He currently works as … Continue reading

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Mike Scanes A Strong Voice for Sprites

Mike has lived in Chantry since he moved from Manchester in 1985. Following his retirement from industry, he joined the NHS and worked for the local council networks. With a major cancer charity he helped preparing a guide for carers … Continue reading

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Labour Today

  Threat to National Security Labour Today are a threat to national security. Corbyn has said that he would never go to war. He has claimed that evidence needs to be established before we say Russia was behind the Salisbury … Continue reading

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The Nasty Politics of Ipswich Labour Explained

Here I said Ipswich Conservatives have asked that all 3 parties’ candidates in the local elections adopt a respectful and positive tone in campaigning. All Conservative candidates in the local elections are asked to agree to the following pledges: To … Continue reading

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Name for Whisstocks Site Decided On

Woodbridge Town Council have decided on a name for the Whisstocks Public Open Space. After some amusing discussion with suggested names, Whisstocks Square, Whisstocks Place, Whisstocks Yard and Whisstocks Plaza, councillors decided on Whisstocks Place.

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Rubbish about Rubbish

At the last Woodbridge Town Council meeting a Lib Dem councillor said a couple of things about the Brown Bin Charge that were rubbish. She said that it is a government cut. The statement was rubbish. She also claimed that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on our response to Assad

Throughout human history wars have been fought for natural resources be they about access to fresh water, land to grow crops on or minerals. Argentina disputes the ownership of the Falklands because if they were Argentinian, the legitimacy of the … Continue reading

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