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commented 2017-03-02 23:20:01 +0000
I’m looking to contact a councillor that covers London Road area?
commented 2017-02-07 10:39:44 +0000
Labour tote could john or Tony how many totes are on my sheet I’ve got some more cancellations I’ll give u them they are Az4 maxwell Jk 1 m Stonnard Au4 k maguire and the ones u already have please email me back Chris elderton tote collector in Norwich
commented 2016-09-13 19:01:48 +0100
we are not happy with ipswich buses 14 service its been cut on a saturday and week days old people use that bus we need really need the 14 witch services gippeswyk park
commented 2016-08-14 16:35:16 +0100
Regional Policy Event:

An open invitation to all patriotic people of UK for Socio-Political System Change to empower the people at grass root level.


An open invitation to all patriotic people including women, youth, workers, farmers intellectual, nationalist and progressive people and media, to come forward, read, understand and decide, why should British citizen follow the programmed of “decentralization of power at grass root level on the basis of county and take the reign of leadership in their hands for the Socio-political change in Britain”.


The spirit of British society is based on welfare of working class 0ppressed people and their families, but the cause of the welfare have generally been suppressed by the vested group. This aspect of people’s life is being side-lined deliberately, therefore representation of workers require in the bodies where rulers should decide and discuss the fate of this action on worker life, their wages and fair working condition.


But unfortunately since the introduction of democracy in Briton the way and means of exploitations has been rapidly change under the law, bargaining power of workers has been decline. Workers ability to protest has been reduced, therefore, the section of society such as, women, youth, laborer, farmers and intellectual etc. are being isolated, ignored, therefore exploited by the cleaver people under protection of law.


Thing is very much clear now that the root cause of exploitation and injustice is the manipulation of labor and farm-labor, women, youth is due to current system of sole power in one hand or few of them and powerless people. But unfortunately still the leadership of working people is running after the ruling elites as savior of oppressed people.


This is a time to unite for collective action from all the section of the society, the labor, farmer, youth, women and intellectuals for emancipation of society from the exploiter of this majority. People should have to come forward for the change of system from centralize sole power in the hands of one or few of them to decentralize the power at grass route level in the hands of downtrodden oppressed people on the basis of county, in Briton, so, let us unite on following points of collective struggle such as;


• To provide free education with technical training (skill) to every youth.

• A guarantee for job should be provided to every one after completing their education with skill development.

. Arrange separate working facility, without male interference in women worker to enhance production and services in the country. So, women can use their ability without fear of intimidation or Exploitation by the male member in any form without pay Discrimination.

• To establish research institution at county level to encourage the youth having natural instinct to invent and to encourage the youth for research work in order to develop technology at home.

• A better health facilities and insurance coverage should be provided to every working Person.

• A better residential facility should be provided to every worker.

• A chip and safe transport facilities should be provided to all working people.

• To endeavor to secure, improved and better relationship between employers and workers.

. To encourage and promote cooperatives farming within the county to provide cheap and quality food product along with developing by product industries in the ruler area of the county for the benefit of the people.

• To promote literacy and skills amongst the workers through, adult free education, vocational training and skill development.

• For rapid industrialization in the country local capital should be protected, inclined and encouraged for rapid development of small, medium and large agro- industries.

• Open the door for foreign investment with technology transfer with complete protection.


To promote, protect and defend all human rights within the country and to establish and promote cooperation with like-minded organizations of civil society for protection and advancement of all basic rights, and to endeavor for the establishment of rule of law, independent judiciary and good governance.


Inviting all those believed in change of socio-political system for downtrodden people, so that they can, decide the fate of their own future and their generation, with dignity and respect. We must come forward and join hands to take the reign of leadership responsibility to prove, for prosperous, progressive and peace full Britain


Since the creation of democratic system in Britain, British people are left at distant from the corridor of power so that the ruling elite can do what they wanted to do in favors of their interest, leaving the people at the mercy of circumstances. This policy is denial of right of British people to rule their country according to their aspiration and desire, which can provide equal opportunity to all without any discrimination to rule their country and share in decision making process creating a real democratic society.


Our ruling elite have lost the time to save the centralized sole power to exploit this country, creating uncertainty and chaos in the different part of the United Kingdom Armed struggle and separation movement in the country cannot be a sign of satisfaction in the public it’s a clear distrust in the system of sole power in one hand or few of them. The solidarity and unity within the people of different part or provinces of the country can be developed, if we accept to empower the people at grass root level and allowed them to join decision making process.


This is time to let the masses to rule this country democratically. In the present circumstances we are on the path of democratic dictatorship of rich and mighty, ignoring the real stakeholder to take the leadership in their hand for the sack of their generation and Nation, current system, leading our country towards destructive path.


No sole power system within a free country can achieve the prosperity or socio-political justice, the need is to change the prevailing socio-political system within the country. If we will jointly attempt for the change we will not be isolated and all the oppressed people and working class (laborer/farmer) will unite to make the dream come true ,therefore the need is to apply democracy to implement socio-economic justice and establishment of a just society by eliminating the core base of centralize sole power to empower the people at grass root level on the basis of county, so that people could feel their voice/opinion take note in the decision making process affecting the future of their generation and Nation.


This change is inevitable for the prosperous independent Britain to acquire rapid industrial and agriculture development with transparency and accountability in the system with strong research base in all counties.


Ilyas khan Baloch

Member

173, Toddington Road, Luton.

Ik_baloch@hotmail.com
commented 2016-08-12 20:28:03 +0100
When is the vote for the labour party leadership taking place
commented 2016-07-11 16:52:32 +0100
Hello John, sorry to get in touch with such a small problem at this time,

As you come down Felixstowe Road from Sainsburys to St Augustines roundabout , there is

a sign “vote Leave vote Labour” could you please get whoever put that up to get it down as soon

as possible please. I am so ashamed to see it there, best wishes.
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commented 2016-07-04 12:04:45 +0100
We have been Labour supporters all our adult lives.

The country is in turmoil and we wish to become members.

Please advise
commented 2016-06-30 19:14:25 +0100
Hi there, I am a member of the party and would like to start being more active. Please can you let me know about any meetings / events that I can attend.


Thanks,
commented 2016-06-27 20:34:05 +0100
I fully support Jeremy corbyn, he’s one of only a few politicians I could say I trust and believe is standing up for the real majority of people. Before he was leader there was no clear difference between the torys and labour, it seemed that voting for ed would just get you a less drastically austerity obsessed government. While corbyn acknowledges that austerity isn’t a must, why should the poorest and younger generation pay for the mess the banks left our economy in? Re-nationalising services like the railways and investing more in council housing, i cannot imagine another labour leader being elected to offer such hope for the future. And of course after the massive amount of people joining the Labour Party just to vote him leader (including me) it would be a massive disappointment for him to be replaced after a number of his own MPs turn on him. Let’s not forget the vote of no confidence of David Cameron which obtained over 100000 signatures and got no media attention… GO CORBYN!
commented 2016-06-27 19:52:38 +0100
Support Jeremy corbyn .i have been a life long labour voter.it is so refreshing to hear a politician speak with true conviction such as Jeremy.i feel it would be a real mistake to remove him just because he didn’t support the remain campaign as much as you would have liked.if he is removed I fear you will lose your parties identity and really wouldn’t know who to vote for in the future.i would probably not vote.

Thank you.
commented 2016-06-27 11:52:45 +0100
I am ashamed of being British, and my own lack of action for a decent UK society since resigning from the Labour Party when Tony Blair became leader. I want to make an honest effort – NOW – to discover if the Labour Party still has any relevance in this country… and where I should put my energy… if there is any hope of saving this country from racism and selfish disintegration.
commented 2016-06-27 09:10:54 +0100
I would like it on record that I, a member of the Labour Party for many years, completely withdraw support for Jeremy Corbyn. I watched his appalling performance on a comedy programme 10 days before the referendum where he mocked the EU and offered 7 out of 10 for it. I feel that he has helped bring our country to it’s knees and want him to go. I have felt like this since that night and haven’t changed my opinion.
commented 2016-06-26 19:44:43 +0100
I am not a party member, but – until the last election – I was a lifelong Labour Voter. Please (a) find a NEW PARTY LEADER – Corbyn may be as fine a man as some say he is but publicly HE SIMPLY LOOKS AS IF HE’S NOT INTERESTED – not just in the referendum – BUT IN ANYTHING! and (b) can we have a dynamic candidate at the next election and not just a buggins turn tired Local Authority warhorse? Guess you don’t care. DT
commented 2016-06-25 09:01:24 +0100
Hi

After the European vote, I feel I need to become more politically active. Please wouls you let me know about branch meetings.


Chris
commented 2016-04-06 18:54:38 +0100
I agree that the first new council houses built at bader close are looking lovely, But a huge number of them have been given to foreign nationals, this is so very wrong, as this is the reason must foreigners think this country is an easy touch . So very unfair to the true British people of ipswich
commented 2016-03-12 20:50:18 +0000
As a new affiliated member of Labour, I am looking for information on the EU referendum. Will the party be holding any talks or debates on the subject…I am very much on the fence, leaning towards “In” but my union (ASLEF) are encouraging a vote for “Out”.

Thank you
commented 2015-11-05 14:49:37 +0000
Hi, whoever it may concern.


I am a 20 year old History student at UCS Ipswich with extensive knowledge of British history, as well as personal interests in politics and philosophy. I would like to propose an idea for an event.


I would like to organise a “Rock Against Austerity” event somewhere in Ipswich, I have not organised a venue, or prepared a date yet, however I have a number of talented musicians who have confirmed that they will play, including Moon Street, who can be found on Spotify. Ivan Holmes, the front man for the band has also asked me to prepare some words to welcome him onto the stage. I should like to give any proceeds of this event to the Suffolk Mind mental health organisation. I would also relish the presence of the labour party, and would be willing to use this as an opportunity to distribute leaflets. My ideal venue would be the Steamboat Tavern.


Let me know your thoughts, look forward to hearing from you.


Ben Bradshaw, Kesgrave
commented 2015-09-17 23:01:32 +0100
I would like to go along to the next meeting.
commented 2015-09-13 16:40:32 +0100
Hello, I am interested in attending your next local meeting. Please could you let me know when that is?
commented 2015-09-12 13:56:40 +0100
congratulations on the right leader!
commented 2015-09-09 19:57:19 +0100
Immgration i had a hearing for

My wife visa on the 14/8/15 i was advise that i will find out the outcome in 2 weeks but

Im still waiting iv tried bem gummer but as usal they dont help at all can you help to find out
commented 2015-09-09 19:57:18 +0100
Immgration i had a hearing for

My wife visa on the 14/8/15 i was advise that i will find out the outcome in 2 weeks but

Im still waiting iv tried bem gummer but as usal they dont help at all can you help to find out
commented 2015-09-09 19:57:18 +0100
Immgration i had a hearing for

My wife visa on the 14/8/15 i was advise that i will find out the outcome in 2 weeks but

Im still waiting iv tried bem gummer but as usal they dont help at all can you help to find out
commented 2015-08-18 14:56:20 +0100
Are Labour going against election literature, and supporting Workfare in Ipswich ? Because ActivGardens of Chantry Park sent a flyer saying they use “work placements”. And on ActivGardens website they say they are in partnership with Ipswich BC.
commented 2015-08-18 08:24:31 +0100
hi,my name is purushu,I was a GMB member still 2010 when i was working with NHS St GEORGES HOSPITAL TOOTING.I want to talk to some one who know economics:::The matters I want to discuss with you can be read in my FACE BOOK TIME LINE::PURUSHU VAYALOMBRAN is the face book name:::with the help of a malayaalee [who can read malayalm] please start read the post dated on 24,25,26,2015::: I can come any time to meet some one if you could give me an appointment;;;
commented 2015-08-16 19:12:51 +0100
I am sick and tired of hearing all those labour MP’s and past prime ministers sticking their snouts into the leadership election. The biggest challenge for young people is to find a home.

Try to save up a deposit for a home of your own whilst paying exhorbitant rents to private landlords. Blair, Brown and every Labour Cabinet Minister for the past 30 years should hang their heads in shame. You have abandoned our young people whilst trying to cosy up to the Tories in the South of England. 1997 I campaigned for Tony Blair on his Election Manifesto of using the 13 billion pounds in local authority coffers to build council houses. I leave you to look at his record and the record of those that followed him. I have thought long and hard over where my vote should go in this leadership election. If I vote for the 3 candidates that want to continue giving us watered down Tory policies we may get back into power. FOR WHAT ? More of the same. The message I get from them is they haven’t the guts to fight what is right for ALL of the people of this country. Power is God over principles. Will I vote for Jeremy Corbyn ?

Probably reluctantly yes ! My advice to him is put Social issues at the top of the Agenda such as Housing, the Living Wage, Raising tax thresholds to £15000 and start to make those that can afford to pay to pay a fairer share of the tax burden. Do yourself a favour Jeremy, put Trident to the bottom of the list you won’t get elected with that millstone round your neck. The time to get into that debate is when you have completed the top part of the Agenda when hopefully you will be seeking re-election after 5 years as prime minister. Will people vote for a left wing agenda ?

Ask the Labour supporters in Scotland who can win back 40 seats when they see a Labour Paty with a left wing manifesto.
commented 2015-08-10 14:50:33 +0100
RSVP re visit by Ben Bradshaw MP on 11th August 2015 to Ipswich & 17th August – Tristram Hunt MP (where will Tristam hunt MP be speaking in Ipswich as the letter I received doesn’t say where, only that he will he in Ipswich over lunch time).

yours sincerely

Martin Tolley
commented 2015-07-31 16:49:14 +0100
You sent us application forms for Ipswich Labour party but we were going on holiday and unfortunately mislaid them. Would you mind re-sending us the literature please.
commented 2015-05-07 14:15:29 +0100
just to wish David well today. i am sorry we don’t live in Ipswich anymore so cannot help, but we are thinking of you all today and will look at results with hope that our Tory friend Ben will be ousted. very best wishes to David and Carol. Well done for all you have done in the constituency for many months /years. We need loyal, hard working, community minded, ordinary and selfless people in parliament.

Maureen

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