December 10 2013 Latest news:
Prime minister David Cameron has visited Wells this morning to inspect the damage done by last week’s flooding.
The East of England will be named and shamed in an education watchdog report which will claim a “patchwork of provision” is leaving England lagging behind many other parts of the world.
North-West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham was part of a cross-party delegation which met Nelson Mandela just months after his election in 1994. He reflects on a man of great humility, dignity and magnanimity.
There are no plans to toll the A47, Danny Alexander indicated in a clear shift of mood over road tolling after the A14 charge plans have been scrapped.
Tourism and hospitality bosses welcomed a raft of measures unveiled by chancellor George Osborne in his “steady as she goes” mini-budget.
David Cameron led tributes to South Africa’s first black president Nelson Mandela, saying “a great light has gone out in the world”.
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Bosses at Norwich’s Castle Mall have warned if a proposed facelift for one of its entrances is turned down, it could rob the shopping centre of future investment.