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Ipswich is better with the Conservatives

The Conservatives are helping to deliver positive change in Ipswich, which will make residents’ lives and businesses better for the future, creating new jobs and opportunities.

MPs approve 3rd reading of Withdrawal Bill

Whilst the Labour MP for Ipswich votes with his party to block and delay the EU Withdrawal Bill at every opportunity, against the will of the Ipswich electorate, the majority of MPs in the House of Commons vote to support the bill.

Happy new year

We would like to wish all our readers a Happy New Year 2018. With the Conservatives running the country, you can be sure of a prosperous future.

Below are a few national headlines that we are proud of.

Conservatives Raise Concerns Over Labour’s Borrowing Spree

The Labour administration has borrowed another £56 million, taking Ipswich’s debt to an astonishing £187 million. The Conservative opposition group, led by Cllr Ian Fisher, has raised serious concerns over this, especially as the administration refuses our requests to disclose what they intend to spend this money on.

Education Secretary Visits University and College in Ipswich

The Education Secretary Justine Greening was visiting the University of Suffolk and Suffolk New College on Wednesday, to announce the Government’s plan to boost social mobility through education, helping people to achieve their true potential.

Carol Service at Broke Hall

The 4th "Carols on the Green" led by St Augustine's Church and Rushmere Christian Fellowship, based at St Alban's High School, occurred last Saturday afternoon, at the green area opposite Penshurst Road shops.

Waterfront Counsel

And so the Festive Season has begun and as we look back on 2017, we start to look forward to 2018, Cllr Liz Harsant writes in the latest "Waterfront Life" magazine.