Ben Gummer





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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich: shabby and rundown cesspit hell hole by Ipswi.

      Just over 5 years ago Ipswich callers phoned up a BBC Radio Suffolk breakfast show presented by current Ipswich Central chairman Terry Baxter to give their views on the town. Ben Gummer MP was shocked and angered over people commented on how “shabby and rundown” the town is with others going to extremes calling it a “cesspit” and “hell hole”. Naturally the politicians didn’t listen to the concerns and di…

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      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ben Gummers Wine Rack U-turn by Ipswi.

      So Ipswich MP Ben Gummer was instrumental into securing the £20m investment to complete Regatta Quay “Wine Rack” but he didn’t always see it as important. We have uncovered newspaper articles where Ben Gummer MP demanded the Wine Rack to be demolished (even at a cost of £1 million). Why the change of heart?EMPTY BUILDING MAY NEVER BE COMPLETED 23RD JULY 2011 | EAST ANGLIAN DAILY TIMES The empty skeleton of a huge developme…

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      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ben Gummer by Ipswi.

      Benedict Michael Gummer (Ben Gummer) has been our MP for coming up to 7 years now after defeating Chris Mole at the 2010 General Election. This topic will serve for all discussions directly relating to Ben Gummer. Ben Gummer Contract Ben’s Contract with Ipswich Voters. Many people have lost their faith in politicians. Voters are fed up with the lies and the failure to deliver real change. I want to be different. That is why I have drawn up…

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      by: Ipswi
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi The Upper Orwell Crossings a bridge too far? by Ipswi.

      From Ipswich Society newsletter Ipswich Society April 2017 (issue 207):- Clever politicians throw their weight behind projects that are likely to succeed and avoid those that will be a long time coming. Thus we can guess that the proposals to build additional bridges over the Orwell and the New Cut are likely to happen sooner rather than later. However the rationale for the biggest of these bridges is debatable and the methodology used to establ…

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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ben Gummer Vision 2020 2 year review by Ipswi.

      Ben Gummer wrote his “Vision 2020” for the town. Just utilising the content from his website, lets compare what content it contained in 2015 and what it contains now after the snap General Election had been announced – and approved by MPs. 2015 version… The Best Schools For too long Suffolk schools have not been good enough. Ben has worked hard to change this already – supporting good head teachers, bringing Teach First…

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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Waterfront by Ipswi.

      Ipswich Waterfront: Time to pull the plug? For many the Ipswich Waterfront is a 21st century project but digging into the history a little, the project is over 30 years old with early steps in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and despite being the sole tourism focus for Ipswich town we have very little to show for it. Ever since the Star Lane gyratory was built, alternative uses for the Wet Dock were sought. This included early developments of re…

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    • Profile photo of News Robot Labour struggles to find Ipswich candidate … Jane Basham nominates herself by News Robot.

      Labour racing to find Ipswich candidate – Jane Basham wants to take on Ben Gummer Labour Party officials are hoping to have a candidate in place to challenge Ben Gummer in the June 8 General Election within a week to 10 days. Normally it would take weeks to advertise the vacancy for a candidate and select someone to fight the seat – but the procedure will be compressed to get a candidate in place. Candidates will be selected by a regional bo…

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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of News Robot 105 EU criminals in Suffolk by News Robot.

      Police figures show murderers and rapists were among 105 foreign criminals arrested in Suffolk According to Suffolk Constabulary figures two murderers and three rapists were among 105 criminals from EU countries whose past was only discovered after they were arrested during a 12-month period. Only when someone is detained as a suspect can checks be made on someone’s previous convictions elsewhere. Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Pass…

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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of Dan Upper Orwell Crossings vanity project by Dan.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJQ12nLBPV8Video can’t be loaded: upper Orwell Crossings – A Bridge Too Far (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJQ12nLBPV8) Trying to fill in the gaps of the details for the Upper Orwell Crossings vanity project.

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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of News Robot Politicians drop real issues in local election race to open luxury apartments by News Robot.

      Ipswich’s Electric House owners reveal building’s new £1m makeover into luxury apartments An Ipswich property company has unveiled 14 new “Manhattan-style” apartments after converting the town’s historic Electric House building with support from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking. Corindale Properties, which was established in 1997 by Kevin Cattermole and Jeremy Goddard, specialise in land and property development, including new builds an…

    • Last reply: 2 weeks ago
      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of News Robot Ben Gummer shocked by Westminster terrorist attack by News Robot.

      Ben Gummer shocked by terror in Westminster as East Anglian MPs praise police Ipswich MP and Cabinet Office minister Ben Gummer was left shocked after seeing the aftermath of the attack. He said: “I cannot say much about this – but I saw more than I wanted to and it really brought home the dangers faced by those who are there to protect us. It was a horrible, horrible moment and I feel very sorry for the police officer, his family and collea…

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      by: Dan
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    • Profile photo of News Robot Ben Gummers parents caused damage in Brighton 1984 by News Robot.

      Terrorism never succeeds in Britain says Ipswich MP whose parents were caught in Brighton bomb By strange and unhappy coincidence, I was going to write this week about terrorism, writes MP for Ipswich, Ben Gummer in the wake of the Westminster attacks. I grew up far more conscious of terror than any of us would wish a child to be. My mother and father were in the Brighton Bomb and it was only by a stroke of remarkable good fortune that both of t…

    • Last reply: 1 month ago
      by: Mart
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    • Profile photo of Ipswi Ipswich Waterfront Vs Orwell Country Park by Ipswi.

      What is better? Ipswich Waterfront with Ben’s vanity project Upper Orwell Crossings or Orwell County Park with Orwell Bridge? ( This isn’t about Upper Orwell Crossing Vs Orwell Bridge… but what is more of a gem for Ipswich… ) Yesterday, I made a trip down to Orwell Country Park armed with a 5-year old mobile phone camera (i.e. no professional camera, no fancy software, expensive lenses) a quick point-and-shoot by someone …

    • Last reply: 1 month, 1 week ago
      by: Mart
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    • Profile photo of News Robot Ben Gummer mouthpiece Paul Geater shoots down usual suspect whingers by News Robot.

      New Orwell crossings and Cornhill upgrade signal bright future for Ipswich town centre Together these developments could really transform Ipswich town centre, and I’m sure most people welcome the investment that they will bring to the town. But of course there will be critics who don’t like what is planned – and we’ve already seen some of their comments appearing on our websites. While many of the comments have come from “usual suspect…

    • Last reply: 1 month, 1 week ago
      by: Dan
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