Norman Lamb

Norman Lamb has shown his support for a Smallburgh initiative which will span continents and touch many lives.

They are two communities joined together by a historic bridge over the River Bure.

In the past week, children across East Anglia exited school gates sheepishly clutching brown envelopes with a look of dread writ large across their faces.

“We need a bit of honesty” - that was the message given by many who attended a lively Question Time-style event designed to shed light on the health overhaul for Norfolk and Waveney.

Once again we experience the wailing and gnashing of teeth over the NNUH PFI deal - utterly predictable from Clive Lewis but somewhat surprising from Norman Lamb and others.

Norman Lamb has spoken about his excitement at landing a top select committee job – and he is ready to help future-proof Norfolk.

A parliamentary candidate whose children witnessed the vile online attacks she suffered during the general election campaign has called for people to stop ignoring abuse.

A Norfolk MP has become chairman of an influential parliamentary select committee.

The region’s ambulance service is compromising patient safety because of its “fixation” with hitting response time targets, a paramedic has warned.

A victim of the contaminated blood scandal has urged the Prime Minister to visit him on his deathbed after Theresa May announced an inquiry into how thousands of people were given deadly illnesses by the NHS.

A Norfolk MP has warned that any softening of spending cuts will not help the very poorest in society.

Millions more pounds out of the stretched NHS budget has been paid to the three shareholders of a company which built the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH).

A proposed plan to build a free range chicken unit in Hickling has received almost 60 objections largely on account of the smell, dust, and noise the site will emit.

An investigation prompted by a Norfolk MP has uncovered more than £2.5 million of minimum wage breaches in the social care sector.

Norman Lamb will not stand for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats because of a split with the party over Brexit.

It appears to be the job that no-one wants.

Fascinating stories telling the history of a north Norfolk town are on show at a church for the foreseeable future.

He’s one of the bookies’ favourites to become the Liberal Democrats’ new leader, but North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb still has to carry out his official duties.

A leaflet packed with dementia friendly tips is being distributed to bed and breakfasts in Wells this month to coincide with the start of the summer holidays.

Norman Lamb is still undecided about whether he will run for the leadership of the Liberal Democrats.

Life-saving volunteers in the Stalham area have responded to more emergency calls in the first few months of 2017 than they have in the whole of last year.

Concerns that members of the public have not had enough of a say in the changing face of the county’s health system have prompted a Question Time style event.

A former Labour health secretary has been appointed to guide Norfolk and Waveney through what could be the more radical revolution the health system has ever seen.

When, in the early hours of Friday morning, the result of what had been a brutal and bruising campaign in North Norfolk was revealed the relief written right across Norman Lamb’s face was clear.

The East of England’s energy sector is hopeful of continuity and solid parliamentary support following the general election.

It’s not easy this election lark - staying up all night on a diet of just cold pizza and coffee, watching as yet another seat is announced.

We know Labour had a good night and, although the Conservatives in our region retained their seats, the party nationally had a disastrous one.

A dramatic election night has set the country heading towards a hung parliament, but in Norfolk the story was more about the seats which were successfully defended.

It was always expected to be one of the most keenly contested seats in the General Election.

Counting for what is expected to be one of the closest contests in the General Election is underway in North Walsham.

Most Read

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Latest from the EDP

Show Job Lists



max temp: 19°C

min temp: 13°C

Listen to the latest weather forecast