October 1 2014 Latest news:
Has the government done enough to support Lotus and has the Norfolk car manufacturer done enough with the millions of pounds it received from the regional growth fund to save jobs here in the county?
Liz Truss was enveloped in Tory blue as she made her debut speech on the conference stage as a cabinet minister.
David Cameron made a pitch to the low paid in a bid to win back the keys to Number 10 in May with a promise to take those on the minimum wage out of tax.
The first day of the paperless car tax system has descended into chaos with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) website buckling under “unprecedented demand” for the electronic version of the disc.
A senior Norfolk doctor dismissed David Cameron’s pledge of extended-hours access to a GP seven days a week for every NHS patient in England as a political gimmick, warning of a recruitment crisis of “monumental proportions”.
Council bosses have defended their approach to clearing leaves from Norwich streets, after opposition councillors raised concerns they pose a danger because they are not swept up often enough.
The government’s new environment secretary has reopened the debate over the fox hunting ban by calling for the legislation to be overturned.