Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall, Andy Burnham and Jeremy Corbyn during a Labour leadership hustings debate on BBC1's Sunday Politics.

Is Labour really about to elect the unelectable as new leader?

We all know that the Labour leadership election isn’t the most exciting political event of the year, but I must admit the attempts to liven it up have at least got me thinking about what would happen if we get a Jeremy Corbyn victory.

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Ipswich Vision group.

Could this really be Ipswich town centre’s chance to shine

Over the years I seem to have reported on many wonderful proposals to regenerate Ipswich town centre – from Crowngates and Cloisters to the Westgate Centre and Tesco at Grafton Way.

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The waste incinerator at Great Blakenham.

How committed is Suffolk to the idea of Greenest County?

I don’t have any real problem with the idea of burning waste – so long as the smoke is properly filtered and if the heat that is generated is put to some good use.

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Patrick McLoughlin at Ipswich station.

Ipswich in 60 should be safe after cynical announcement

Last week’s House of Commons statement on the future of Network Rail has set alarm bells ringing for many people on the future of the “Norwich in 90, Ipswich in 60” campaign to speed up services on the Great Eastern Main Line.

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Russell Brand speaks at the End Austerity Now rally in Parliament Square, London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday June 20, 2015. See PA story INDUSTRY Protest. Photo credit should read: John Stillwell/PA Wire

The ‘anti-austerity’ marchers really do need a reality check

Last weekend tens of thousands of protesters marched through London calling for “an end to austerity”.

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