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VOTE FOR TOM HUNT IN IPSWICH ON THURSDAY

On Thursday, you have the chance to end the gridlock.

No more arguments. It’s time to end the uncertainty.

Let’s be honest. The country has been stuck in a rut.

Parliament has spent the last three years going round in circles – agreeing on nothing except more arguments.

Tom's focus on tackling crime in Ipswich

Since early November we've spoken to over 8,000 people across the Town. The need to tackle crime has come up time and time again. Its been the number one local issue raised directly with me. If elected there will be no greater priority for me than working to tackle crime across Town.

Tom's thoughts from the campaign trail

Since the 1st of November I have spoken to over 8,000 individuals from all across the town. Many of these people have been life long traditional Labour Party voters and they feel they have been betrayed by the party they have supported for so long.

Your choice of 2 futures for the United Kingdom

 

The only way to bring about a Majority Conservative Government is to VOTE FOR TOM HUNT on Thursday 12th December. Voting any other way or not voting risks the allowing in a Corbyn Coalition of Chaos.

Should convicted terrorists serve their full sentence?

Tom says "I am truly terrified at the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbot being responsible for our national security. There is a scary prospect that this could become a reality."

Let’s make sure it doesn’t happen, VOTE FOR TOM HUNT ON THURSDAY 12TH DECEMBER. 

 

Michael Gove visits Ipswich

During his visit for lunch at the Belstead Arms on Wednesday, Michael Gove was interviewed by the Ipswich Star about why people should back me and Boris in Ipswich.

Boris launches the Conservative Manifesto

Better hospitals. Safer streets. World-class schools. Let’s get Brexit done so we can deliver our manifesto.

Parliament spent the last three years going round in circles – and getting nothing done.

Leavers and Remainers in Ipswich are clear that they want to Get Brexit Done

Since the start of the General Election campaign, I and my Ipswich Conservative colleagues have knocked on over 10,000 doors and we’ve been able to talk to over 3,000 people from across the town. We have a huge amount of door knocking still to do, but I’d like to think we have a fairly good idea of what people are thinking on some of the key issues.

Home Secretary meets Tom Hunt and those affected by knife crime

Tom Hunt meets with Home Secretary, Priti Patel to discuss crime, tougher sentences for people carrying offensive weapons such as knives as well as the extra 54 police officers in Suffolk as part of the extra 20,000 introduced by the government earlier in 2019.

Tom's campaign for more police funding for Ipswich

Tom says "I'm glad the Government has announced we're going to be getting an extra 54 police officers but the police funding formula needs to be reformed to ensure that Ipswich benefits more when the next wave of recruitment is announced. Tougher sentencing and more youth clubs also key."