Tom Bristow Investigations Editor email@example.com @TomSBristow Data protection law stops our attempt to name criminal suspects - including man wanted for 11 years over a rape in Ipswich Monday, February 5, 2018 Tom Bristow An attempt by this newspaper to name criminal suspects wanted by police in Suffolk for years has been blocked. Social media vent leads to visit from police for former councillor Saturday, February 3, 2018 Tom Bristow Tony Boxford was getting ready to go out and play bridge on Tuesday when he saw two figures at his door and the outline of an ID badge. Revealed: How Hadleigh’s Guildhall is losing thousands of pounds a year Tuesday, January 30, 2018 Tom Bristow It is one of Suffolk’s finest medieval buildings and has survived civil wars, a fire and revolutions. ‘Bullying’ and no work on neighbourhood plan - what is happening at Hadleigh Town Council? Monday, January 29, 2018 Tom Bristow A fall-out at a Suffolk council has led to mediators needing to be brought in after allegations of “bullying, harassment and intimidation”. Deputy mayor of Hadleigh Council resigns - calls for fresh elections Monday, January 29, 2018 Tom Bristow The deputy mayor of Hadleigh Town Council has resigned and called for fresh elections. Hate crimes soar with three reports a day to police in the county Saturday, January 13, 2018 Tom Bristow Hate crimes have soared in Suffolk in the past two years with three reports a day now coming in to police in the county. Suffolk County Council rich list: Which firms got the most money this year? Monday, January 1, 2018 Tom Bristow What did Suffolk County Council do with your hard-earned tax this year? How hospital’s green energy dream has been hit by years of delays Thursday, December 21, 2017 Tom Bristow A £5million project to get green energy to Ipswich hospital has been hit by years of delays and spiralling costs, this newspaper can today reveal. Trouble at the LEP: Why £38m of Government cash is being withheld from this region Wednesday, November 29, 2017 Tom Bristow Tens of millions of pounds of public cash has been withheld from west Norfolk, west Suffolk and Cambridgeshire because of concerns over the way the group which spends that money is being run. Revealed: What contraband goods have been seized in Suffolk’s prisons? Monday, November 13, 2017 Tom Bristow Hundreds of drugs, knives and phones have been confiscated in Suffolk prisons, amid a surge in the amount of contraband being found. Tell Us: How bad is mobile phone signal and 4G where you live? Let us know in our survey Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Tom Bristow The rural areas of Suffolk and north Essex are known for having notoriously bad mobile phone signal. But we want to know how bad (or good!) 4G and phone coverage really is where you live. Video: ‘We were on our honeymoon when he first attacked me’ - domestic abuse reports in Suffolk soar Monday, October 16, 2017 Tom Bristow Victims of domestic abuse are being turned away from shelters in Suffolk because of a surge in demand. Police no longer seek ‘wanted’ man over 1999 Great Cornard pub car park murder case Monday, August 21, 2017 Tom Bristow A man wanted in connection with one of Suffolk’s longest-running unsolved murder cases is no longer being sought, detectives have said. 200 suspects are on the run - but Suffolk Police won’t say who they are Saturday, August 19, 2017 Tom Bristow Nearly 200 suspects are wanted by Suffolk police for crimes from rape to drug offences – but we can’t tell you who they are because officers say it would breach their privacy. Hospital staff sacked for prying on patients’ medical records in Suffolk and Colchester hospitals Wednesday, August 16, 2017 Tom Bristow Hospital staff have been dismissed and suspended for looking up patients’ confidential medical information. The rise of Suffolk’s ‘mega farms’ - what does intensive farming mean for our environment? Monday, July 17, 2017 Tom Bristow Suffolk’s countryside is now home to dozens of so-called ‘mega-farms’ thanks to a boom in intensive poultry farming, we can reveal today. ‘Slavery is here on our doorstep - we need to do something about it’ Thursday, May 25, 2017 Tom bristow “A dreadful, appalling and evil crime” - and it is happening on our doorstep. Norfolk and Suffolk have lost a quarter of mental health beds Thursday, April 27, 2017 Tom Bristow Suffolk and Norfolk have lost a quarter of all mental health beds in four years - faster than the national average.