Former Ipswich MP Sandy Martin has now cleared his office in the Palace of Westminster and is back full-time in his home town as he contemplates life outside the House of Commons.
Conservative Tom Hunt may have his nose ahead in the contest for Ipswich in Thursday’s general election, according to voters on the streets but it is still all to play for.
When Yougov published the results of its “mega” MRP poll last week showing that the Conservatives were on course to win a 68-seat majority in the 2019 General Election, I found their findings credible.
Labour’s national campaign chief visited Ipswich to boost Sandy Martin’s re-election campaign – insisting that 2019 General Election is about more than just Brexit.
A new row has blown up between Ipswich’s Labour MP Sandy Martin and the town’s opposition Conservative group on the borough council over homelessness and council housing.