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.
Opinion: Why both Labour and the Tories should be having jangling nerves, says Chris Moncrieff.
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has conceded the General Election is a “foregone conclusion” but called on voters in East Anglia not to hand Theresa May a “colossal landslide”.
Nobody believed Ian Odgers when he told friends and family he was going to run the London Marathon.
This week I say farewell to the Eastern Daily Press and the East Anglian Daily Times.
Scientists and experts from overseas must be allowed to continue to come to the UK after Brexit, MPs have said.
In these times of rising nationalism, one small Norfolk community has a heartening tale to tell.
We promised people in Norfolk and Suffolk that we’d respect their vote to leave the European Union.
Nick Clegg has claimed there will be an “industrial scale blame game” if Brexit “curdles and goes belly up”.
Donald Tusk has warned there is nothing to win in Breixt telling a press conference he would not pretend it was a happy day.
Manufacturers from across Europe have issued a warning that failure to achieve a deal on the UK’s departure from the European Union will be “highly damaging” for industry in both Britain and the rest of the continent.
The prime minister will issue a call for unity as she starts the countdown to Britain’s exit from the European Union today.
A cyclist whose young son got “exemplary care” will be taking on the challenge of a lifetime this June to raise funds for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital charity to say thank you.
A dedicated volunteer is celebrating after supporting thousands of runners at Catton Parkrun on 100 separate occasions.
East Anglia has few regrets about leaving the European Union days before Theresa May wants to formally gives Brussels notice of Britain’s departure, our major new poll reveals.
Workers in North Norfolk could be the hardest hit by the chancellor’s controversial National Insurance Contribution revenue raiser.
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