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Ipswich Conservative Association was saddened today to hear the news of the passing of Lady Thatcher. Our thoughts are with her family at this difficult time.
Tributes from the Prime Minister and many others can be read here - http://www.conservatives.com/
It’s election time again! The Conservatives campaign all the year around, but you will see more of us over the next few weeks. Our candidates for the County Council, and for the two Borough Council elections, are campaigning hard and hope you will support their message of low taxes, quality services and policies designed to reward aspiration.
Ipswich Conservatives have elected former Borough Council leader Liz Harsant to serve as the Association Chairman.
Is this the best the Labour administration in Ipswich can do to enforce fencing around the illegally demolished former Kwik-Fit site in St. Margaret's Green. This is one of the key entrances to the town centre, and hardly a sight to encourage more visitors.
Well, we have finally heard the Prime Minister's long awaited speech on our relationship with the EU. In my opinion he has read the mood of the party perfectly and has promised to renegotiate a reformed relationship with the EU, and to give the British people a referendum on that new relationship.
One of the big items coming up on the legislative calendar is the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The CAP is a very important piece of legislation for the EU, as it will regulate agricultural policy until 2020 and the CAP represents just under half the EU budget!
"For us, the European Union is a means to an end - not an end in itself [...] the single market, and our ability to help set its rules is the principal reason for our membership of the EU [...] It is wrong to ask people whether to stay or go before we have had a chance to put the relationship right [...] when we have negotiated a new settlement, we will give the British people a referendum with a very simple in or out choice"