Tag Archives: David Ellesmere

Full Council Meeting Report

At yesterdays full council meeting we found out how precarious David Ellesmere’s leadership is. I was expecting him not to be so arrogant and pompous after getting trounced in the General Election, but sadly, last night he was more arrogant, … Continue reading

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Why does Labour use Poverty as a Weapon?

One of the most callous and cruel things about Labour, is the way they weaponise poverty. The last Labour government callously created a benefit dependent underclass so they could tell them that they must vote Labour to keep the benefits … Continue reading

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Ipswich Executive Meeting Report

On Wednesday, the author of East Anglia’s Premier Political Blog observed the Ipswich borough Executive meeting. Item 8 was IPSWICH URBAN CHARACTER SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING DOCUMENT – CHANTRY, STOKE PARK AND MAIDENHALL https://democracy.ipswich.gov.uk/documents/s11106/E-15-03%20Urban%20Character%20SPD%20Chantry%20Stoke%20Park%20Maidenhall.pdf This covers area’s not protected by conservation area … Continue reading

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David Ellesmere’s Latest Star Column

In today’s Morning Ipswich Star, Captain Mainwaring has gone on an anti Tory rant about the NHS. He starts by speaking very badly about our NHS. As a matter of fact, it is so negative that some on the left … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour: Arrogant and in Disaray

There is so much dissension amongst the comrades of Ipswich Labour that certain members never miss an opportunity to spill the beans. Our intelligence sources within the local Labour party inform us that their is a great dispute between them … Continue reading

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Ipswich Labour hold on to their rejected ideology

Since Ipswich Labour’s message was soundly rejected by the electorate, Ipswich Labour have continued to speak it. First of all, the defeated Labour candidate who leads the council claimed that the Tories’ housing bill is set to fail. On reading … Continue reading

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Those Ordinary People have spoken

We have had five years of Labour talking about ‘ordinary people’ We have had five years of Labour spouting guile filled politics of envy. We have had five years of a bunch of millionaires telling poor people that other rich … Continue reading

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