November 23 2014 Latest news:
Labour heavyweights Harriet Harman and Ed Balls have both insisted they will put the setbacks of the last few weeks behind them and go on to win next year’s general election at a weekend conference near Ipswich.
The government should spend £1 billion collected in banking fines over the last few weeks to improve the National Health Service, shadow chancellor Ed Balls told a conference near Ipswich today.
Children from schools across Waveney are taking part in a national safety initiative.
Passengers using Greater Anglia trains have endured more than two million minutes of delays since Abellio took control in February 2012, a Freedom of Information request has revealed.
If the UK Independence Party has a heartland, it is arguably the coastal towns and farming communities of eastern England.
A war of words over the NHS has broken out between two politicians fighting to represent Norwich North next year.
BBC Radio Norfolk talk show host Nick Conrad has apologised for comments he made during a live debate about the future of convicted rapist and former Norwich City footballer Ched Evans.