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The shadow Home Secretary, Yvette Cooper, centre, with Jessica Asato, prospective parliamentary candidate for Norwich North; and Clive Lewis, prospective parliamentary candidate for Norwich South, at Bethel Street Police Station with placards against the police cuts on Thursday. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper takes immigration fight to UKIP in Gorleston and Lowestoft

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.

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Chancellor George Osborne visits the construction work at the Postwick Hub interchange, with MPs Keith Simpson, left, and Chloe Smith, right. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Fears party leaders promised too much to Scotland are “water under the bridge” - Norfolk MP says

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.

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The UEA in Norwich.

Controversial UKIP event on the University of East Anglia campus postponed amid “review”

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.

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Steve Emmens - UKIP's candidate who will be speaking at a University of East Anglia event

What do you think? Students try to bar UK Independence Party from event on University of East Anglia campus

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.

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Artist's impression of how Park Lane could look.

Plans to close road to traffic in Norwich’s Golden Triangle ditched after rat-run fears

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.

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Tombland junction with Palace Street. Photo: Bill Smith

£800,000 traffic shake-up for Norwich’s Tombland put on hold

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.

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