November 27 2014 Latest news:
Shadow Home secretary Yvette Cooper attempted to take the election battle into the UK Independence Party’s (UKIP) heartlands on Thursday, hosting debates in Gorleston and Lowestoft on immigration.
Fears the Government offered too much to the Scots are “water under the bridge” and promises must be lived up to, a Norfolk MP has said.
A controversial University of East Anglia union event where UK Independence Party members were due to speak has been postponed because it had not been approved.
University of East Anglia students have launched a campaign to try and stop an event attended by UK Independence Party candidates from being held on the Norwich campus.
Proposals to block off a Norwich road have been ditched, after people living in nearby streets said it would increase rat-running past their homes.
A decision over a controversial £800,000 city centre road shake-up, which the Norwich School said would put the safety of its pupils at risk, has been put on hold.
A behind closed doors decision by county councillors to award a Norfolk charity £700,000 to help tackle its pension deficit has been criticised as “scandalous” by opposition councillors.