He survived – just about. The whispers coming out of government after Philip Hammond’s gaffe-laden appearance on Andrew Marr’s Sunday sofa sounded grim for the chancellor.
There is a lot riding on the Budget – not least the future of the chancellor and perhaps even the prime minister.
MP George Freeman has stood down from his role as chairman of the prime minister’s policy board.
MP Elizabeth Truss has backed Norfolk in the face of more than 1,150 potential job losses.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has declared his party will target Norwich North hard at the next election.
The lights have been switched on, the decorations are beginning to go up – Christmas is just five weeks away. But for more than 1,150 people in Norfolk a dark shadow has already been cast over the festive period.
An influential think tank has called on Norfolk’s district councils to be merged to stop the county being “left behind”.
MP Clive Lewis has said the only way to ensure a meaningful vote on any future Brexit deal is to topple the government.
A Norfolk MP has claimed “the time for urgent reform” of local government is now.
An MP has revealed how he believes Norfolk could be “world class” but is held back by the “dead hand of Whitehall”.
There is no doubting Priti Patel’s ambition.
As part of our series looking at the future of local government, political editor Richard Porritt looks at what hasn’t worked elsewhere.
The investigation into an allegation Norwich MP Clive Lewis groped a woman is set to begin today.
It has been a week of high drama in Westminster.
British politics risks being brought into disrepute unless a tough, new system to protect people working in Westminster is agreed, the leader of the House of Commons has warned.
The Australian government is teetering on the brink of collapse – and it is all down to a scandal uncovered by a Norfolk blogger.
Norwich North MP Chloe Smith has attacked unions for wanting to take rail travel back in time rather than focussing on progress.
MP Chloe Smith has vowed the government is ready to back options to help keep Britvic and Unilever jobs in Norwich after a meeting with the secretary of state for business.
Norwich MP Clive Lewis has been forced to apologise after a “disgusting, filthy, sexist” outburst at a public event.
Labour’s victory over the government on their Universal Credit proposals was an extraordinary spectacle.
Labour’s Clive Lewis has attacked the government for making a “mockery of parliamentary democracy” after the Conservatives ordered their MPs not to vote in a debate.
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