December 6 2013 Latest news:
David Cameron led tributes to South Africa’s first black president Nelson Mandela, saying “a great light has gone out in the world”.
Nelson Mandela was the glowing beacon of hope, shining across South Africa and the world, whose 27 years in jail left him without a trace of bitterness or hatred against those who practised the evil of apartheid.
Extra apprenticeships, more university places and scrapping employer’s National Insurance contributions for under 21s - those were measures announced to equip young people for the future.
Many of us may not be retiring anytime soon - but the paper tax disc will be next year.
A royal charter for press regulation proposals has been branded “state licensing” by a Norfolk MP, during a debate calling on the government to withdraw its plans and allow the press to regulate itself.
Onshore wind and solar projects have been dealt a blow with the news subsidies will be cut – but industry leaders hailed a “strike price” announcement as the end to uncertainty and a potential boost to offshore windfarm investment in East Anglia.
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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.