It is too easy for those making the decisions to overlook the fact that their victims are usually paid a fraction of what they, themselves, earn.
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Judy Terry is a journalist and marketing professional. She was a Suffolk councillor for 10 years, four of which on the County as Cabinet member for Economic Development, and 10 on Ipswich Borough Council, where she transformed cultural services. She stood down in May this year.
Modern technology makes it easier to victimise someone through social media.
Sensitive development for some commercial use or new housing could be the difference between sustainability and eventual loss.
Councils must realise that housing and retail should be integrated.
Think twice before giving a Chief Executive approaching retirement an 11 per cent increase on an already high salary.
Whilst it is unlikely that communities can ever be rid of off-street prostitution and sexual exploitation, efforts continue to contain it, and the streets remain safe.
Attractive developments are blocked – ugly ones are pushed through.
Rugby, cricket and tennis clubs are looking for new members and fresh talent, but families aren’t necessarily aware of them.
Local Enterprise Partnerships have shown how business can prompt local authorities to speed up decision making.
But Labour-run Ipswich has turned down opportunities to save money.
There is nothing wrong in ambitions being modest – as long as they are deliverable.
Councillors, as well as MPs, have been subjected to threats and violence.
It’s welcome the Blue Badge scheme is being extended, but we need penalties for those who abuse the system.
Judy Terry: If the Blue on Blue wrangling continues it will hurt Conservative chances in the county council elections
Whatever our views on the EU referendum we should avoid the Conservatives being knocked into oblivion for a generation.
Controlled junctions have increased by 66 per cent since 2000,