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It is still too early to say exactly what impact Brexit will have on jobs, business and personal finances.

Do you remember those glorious, simpler times in politics? They were not actually that long ago.

There was yet another thud on the doormat of Number 10, Downing Street earlier this week.

Opinion: Can the Lords be ignored on Brexit?

Saturday, April 21, 2018

The government has suffered its first defeat in the Lords on Brexit.

Norfolk independent record shops among the 240 taking part nationally, stocking limited edition releases ranging from David Bowie to ABBA, an early ‘Stone Roses’ demo, and folk, jazz, country and African rarities.

The agreement of a near two-year transition period after Brexit has provided some relief for East Anglia’s small businesses – but many feel more clarity is still needed on how leaving the European Union will impact them.

The government has become “distracted” by Brexit and failed to stimulate economic growth in the UK, the head of the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) has said.

After a long, hard 2017 season racing on the continent while based at home in Great Yarmouth, young roadman Zak Coleman has earned help from the Dave Rayner Fund and is setting out to live in Belgium and race on the roads of Flanders and beyond in 2018

Experts from the world’s first Brexit research centre will visit Great Yarmouth Town Hall to get the views of local residents, businesses and politicians on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.

The internationally acclaimed group will team up with the chorus to perform music of Spanish Renaissance composer Tomas Luis de Victoria in concert at the St Nicholas’ Chapel.

Efforts to improve aircraft reliability have hit to bottom line at a regional flight operator.

The Erasure composer on how Trump, Brexit and LGBT rights inspired them to speak out, how The Graduate opened his eyes musically and how they’ve given songs a classical makeover for new album World Beyond.

A fisherman dedicated to restoring his hometown back to its former glory has seen his lobbying rewarded after a groundbreaking vote in the European Parliament.

How Harry and Meghan should conduct themselves until their Big Day in May... advice from Michael Cole, the former BBC royal correspondent whose PR agency now advises famous people and leading corporations on their public image

Norfolk has proved itself to be a rich and varied county of culture over the last 12 months. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at just some of the arts highlights during 2017

Most of the shops will be shut for one day, maybe two... so why do I have two fridges groaning under the weight of food and drink plus a cool box full of veg including a great stalk of Brussels sprouts?

The faces on either sides of the chamber told the story.

From potato peelings and uneaten Brussels sprouts, to piles of torn off wrapping paper and toy packaging, Christmas is a season that creates a lot of extra waste.

In this week’s column, Chris Moncrieff argues that sorting out the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland border issues doesn’t have to be as daunting as some are making out.

East Anglia’s farmers have “breathed a sigh of relief” after the world’s most widely-used weedkiller was finally re-licensed after a long-running EU debate over its safety.

The mystery of what happened to a missing Magritte painting has led art experts from New York to Stockholm to Norwich. And now, the final part of the jigsaw has been found in Brussels, arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

Opinion: Is Boris Johnson accidentally helping to strengthen Theresa May’s position? Political Editor Richard Porritt wonders if the law of unintended consequences is applying once again...

Why it’s time to call on John Redwood

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Opinion: The Government’s Brexit team is far too amiable in its dealings with the flinty Eurocrats, says Chris Moncrieff.

Business leaders are calling for a Brexit transition deal to be agreed “as soon as possible” as firms are preparing to make “serious decisions” with consequences for jobs and investment.

Not many people believed Theresa May would still be the leader of the Conservatives by the time annual conference came around.

Britain must ensure that European delicacies like Parmesan cheese, Parma ham and Champagne continue to have protected status after Brexit, a Brussels negotiating document states.

Measures to tackle red tape and improve imports need to be put in place before Brexit to stop food price rises, a business lobbying body has warned.

Boredom can hit at any time... even while playing a match at Wimbledon, we hear. In anti-boredom month Lynne Mortimer endeavours to stay awake.

Farmers will need to earn their subsidy payments after Brexit by delivering benefits for nature rather than relying on EU handouts for the amount of land they farm.

A Norfolk MP has declared Boris Johnson is wrong and Britain must pay its Brexit divorce bill.

A Magritte masterpiece at the centre of an international art mystery has returned to Norwich Castle after being in shows in Paris and Frankfurt. Arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

The Government is withdrawing the UK from an arrangement that allows foreign countries to fish in British waters, it has announced.

Two cyclists hoping to raise thousands for a children’s hospital department set off from the Norwich and Norfolk University Hospital (NNUH).

A father is set to cycle over 1,000 miles in seven days to raise money for the hospital that saved his son’s life.

Theresa May’s snap election gamble has backfired spectacularly leaving her position on a knife edge and the UK facing a hung parliament.

The prospect of a hung Parliament would throw serious doubt over Brexit negotiations, due to begin in earnest in just 11 days.

Theresa May’s gamble on a snap election looks set to cost her overall control of the House of Commons, according to an exit poll released after the June 8 general election.

Voters will go to the polls today after one of the strangest General Election campaigns of modern times.

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn were forced to defend their records as they faced a live TV grilling from a studio audience and presenter Jeremy Paxman.

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