This week I say farewell to the Eastern Daily Press and the East Anglian Daily Times.

Offering Polish lessons in British schools could strengthen relations between the two countries, the Polish Ambassador to London has said.

Justice secretary Elizabeth Truss has said she is committed to making prisons safe and decent places to live and work after a visit to HMP Wayland.

Tomorrow is the deadline to register to vote in the local council elections. In Norfolk, there will be elections for all 84 County Hall seats, Suffolk County Council’s 75 constituencies are up for election and in Cambridgeshire a further 61 councillors will be elected on May 4. A new elected mayor for Cambridgeshire will also be chosen.

Norfolk County Council has insisted standards are improving in the county’s care homes after a new report suggested almost one in three care homes in Norfolk and Suffolk were deemed to be unsatisfactory.

Almost one in three care homes in Norfolk and Suffolk are deemed to be unsatisfactory leaving the elderly and their families having little choice of quality care in places, new analysis shows.

Two of Norfolk’s leading Brexit backers are at odds over Britain’s immigration policy post-Brexit.

The architect of a number of high profile gaffes who deserves to be reshuffled, or a minister unfairly targeted for having a face that doesn’t fit?

A Spixworth father has said it will break his son’s heart that they will not be able to go on a long-planned holiday to Spain next year.

The Ministry of Defence has insisted the UK will benefit from servicing RAF Marham’s F-35 jets in Turkey after concerns about security were raised by a Scottish MP.

Will politics forever be seen through a prism of being a leaver or remainer? It feels that way at the moment.

Jeremy Corbyn did not give the impression of being a man under pressure.

A former assistant editor of the Eastern Daily Press has joined an ancient trade association dating back to the 1400s.

Private schools will lose their tax breaks so all primary school children can be given a free school meal if Labour wins power.

Nigel Farage has been accused of driving a herd of bulls through tricky Brexit negotiations after he accused MEPs of behaving like the mafia.

Chloe Smith has urged her male colleagues in Westminster to share parental leave with their partners as she returned to work this week.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis will be on the Mustard TV sofa next week taking your questions.

Norfolk’s councils will not be forced to reorganise, the cabinet minister in charge of local government has said.
Sajid Javid, the communities secretary, insisted that proposals for unitary councils would have to come from the “bottom up”, insisting every area was different.

Highways England has been warned it will face a backlash if an upgrade to the A47 is among 16 road schemes which are under review.

Norwich North MP Chloe Smith, whose six month maternity leave comes to an end tomorrow, will take questions from readers next week.

RAF and navy servicemen and women will arrive at a new RAF Marham training, engineering and maintenance hub next year as part of a £40m investment announced today.

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