Monthly Archives: April 2013

Parkour In Ipswich

Parkour you may of seen it and watched it and not even known what it is, its been used in films like Casino Royale and the Bourne series and in video games like Assassins Creed but what is it. Parkour … Continue reading

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Will local Tories see the effect of welfare cuts

When we as councillors have the privilege of being elected we take the responsibility to represent all our residents no mater if they voted for us or not. When we are contacted by residents for help we don’t ask their … Continue reading

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Ed Milliband`s visit to Ipswich

This week saw the leader of the Labour party Ed Miliband come to Ipswich to launch the local election and to high light the different choices that Labour would make to the Government. I was lucky enough to be in … Continue reading

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Check It Tuesday

Originally posted on Suffolktradingstandards's Blog:
Update – 30/05/2013 See the Check It Tuesday page for up-to-date info.   With recent media attention on the domestic appliances that have been the cause of some devastating house fires, Suffolk Trading Standards…

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Originally posted on village aunties:
I am sitting in the community centre on my estate, attending a meeting on the Bedroom Tax. 25 people have turned out. Not too bad for a weekday evening, but then these are worried people.…

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Immigration and Ipswich

Last month in a much publicised visit the Prime Minster David Cameron decided to choose Ipswich to deliver his speech on Immigration. Now I understand how Immigration can be an emotive and at times a divisive issue but I welcome … Continue reading

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Black monday,Bedroom tax LASPO and other welfare changes

This week saw the biggest changes to the welfare system since its introduction. The concept behind “the welfare state” is that government plays a key role in the protection and promotion of the economic and well-being of its citizens. It … Continue reading

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