May 29 2015 Latest news:
It’s taken a general election and a shift in power at the county council, but finally there’s some movement on the protracted discussion about the future of Ipswich Cornhill.
Ipswich Labour candidate David Ellesmere this week came up with a very honest and courageous admission about why his party did so badly in the general election.
I’m sure there will be the usual army of miseries who will have already taken to the comments section of our websites to complain about Ipswich Central’s proposals to turn the town around.
For weeks the polls have been telling us that the election was too close to call, and that we’d have weeks of haggling before a new government could be formed.
This is the sixth general election that I’ve covered in Ipswich, writes Paul Geater.