A Norwich MP is to appear at a event exploring the history of refugees at The Forum.
Business secretary Greg Clark has pledged to contact bosses at the company which produces Colman’s Mustard - to try to persuade them to remain in Norfolk.
A team from the region’s local enterprise partnership will meet the business secretary tonight to discuss how they can encourage Britvic and Unilever to retain production and jobs in Norwich.
Norwich-based cloud sales firm Epos Now has opened a third building at its Whiting Road headquarters following a £2.25m renovation.
The lights have been switched on, the decorations are beginning to go up – Christmas is just five weeks away. But for more than 1,150 people in Norfolk a dark shadow has already been cast over the festive period.
MP Clive Lewis has said the only way to ensure a meaningful vote on any future Brexit deal is to topple the government.
The impact of Brexit on young people will be debated on Friday at a forum organised by Norwich Youth Advisory Board and featuring local MPs Chloe Smith and Clive Lewis.
Britvic’s independent directors have been called on to intervene in the closure of the Robinson’s factory in Norwich.
Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has stated he will now be wary of hugging people after he was accused of groping a woman at the Labour Party’s annual conference.
Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has denied “100 per cent” claims that he groped a woman at the Labour Party’s annual conference, insisting “I just don’t do that”.
A bill proposing to lower the voting age to 16 has failed to reach a vote in parliament after it was ‘talked out’ by Conservative MPs.
Clive Lewis is due to speak in the House of Commons today during a debate on extending the franchise to 16- and 17-year-olds.
Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas MP is coming to Norwich as part of her efforts to promote a lowering of the voting age to 16.
She came to Norwich to launch a bold new mental health drive – but now Theresa May has been criticised for not visiting the organisation in charge of mental health care in the area during her visit.
A major chain of pharmacies has announced plans to close up to 190 branches – prompting a Norfolk MP to warn about the health and social risks of losing the “lifeline” service.
I agree with columnist Liz Nice and her views about the uproar over Clive Lewis and the word ‘bitch’.
The word ‘bitch’ is not a nice one in 2017, even when applied to a dog.
MP Chloe Smith has vowed the government is ready to back options to help keep Britvic and Unilever jobs in Norwich after a meeting with the secretary of state for business.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has condemned remarks made by Clive Lewis as “completely unacceptable” at two events in Norfolk.
Norwich South MP Clive Lewis appears to have pulled out of an event with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in Norwich on Saturday.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is due in Norwich today - at an event for party members only.
Proposals to axe all Police Community Support Officer posts in Norfolk as part of radical reforms have been opposed by the county council’s Labour Group.
Family and friends have gathered to pay a colourful and artistic tribute to a Norwich woman who used art to improve the lives of vulnerable people.
Norwich MP Clive Lewis has been forced to apologise after a “disgusting, filthy, sexist” outburst at a public event.
Plans to scrap Police Community Support Officers as part of massive changes to the way Norfolk Police is run has divided opinion across the county and beyond.
Britvic’s consultation over the future of its Norwich factory has been labelled a “sham” by union members.
Labour’s Clive Lewis has attacked the government for making a “mockery of parliamentary democracy” after the Conservatives ordered their MPs not to vote in a debate.
A call has been made to end massive pay outs to public sector bosses when they leave organisations – often to reappear in similar roles merely months later at another agency.
Hundreds of people joined a march through the streets of Norwich to demand that the government brings an end to the public sector pay cap.
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