Labour has declared war on the East’s holiday homeowners in a bid to raise hundreds of millions to fight the region’s homelessness crisis.
East Anglia’s tourism industry will be devastated if Britain crashes out of the European Union, a Labour frontbencher has warned.
Labour MPs are gathering in Liverpool for their annual conference. Here political editor Richard Porritt talks to the East’s Labour MPs about in-fighting and if the party will back a second referendum
After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War the Western World heaved a deep sigh of relief.
Former health minister Norman Lamb says the key to tackling mental health issues is helping struggling families as early as possible.
Has a prime minister ever faced such a crucial few months during peacetime?
George Freeman has announced he will stand to be the next leader of the Conservative Party and prime minister if he is “asked to”.
A former Norfolk man, who has built a successful business in Catalonia, has launched a fight against what he describes as a “gross failure of democracy”.
Why are the Liberal Democrats doing so badly?
Boris Johnson is facing a court room showdown with a Norfolk prosecutor over claims the former foreign secretary made during the Brexit referendum.
East Anglian MPs are demanding greater devolution for the region and more infrastructure spending from government.
A Eurosceptic Norfolk MP has vowed to back Theresa May’s controversial Chequers Brexit plan in parliament.
“Toe-curling” screamed her detractors. “Embarrassing,” ... “awful” ... “hilarious” chimed social media.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell will address this year’s Burston Strike School Rally.
Brexit will define the United Kingdom for many years to come – but exactly how, it is too early to tell.
An event previously dubbed “Tory Glastonbury” is returning this year – but this time it has some very impressive backers.
Corbynism will be picked over by political historians in years to come whatever happens next for Labour.
Jeremy Hunt’s short jaunt to Europe this week marks a Brexit turning point.
“Build it in Britain” demanded Jeremy Corbyn this week. And who could argue with that?
Embattled Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis will be “looking to ride it out until recess” after calls for him to quit as Conservative Party chairman.
School is out. And the reports on each party are due.
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