Steven Downes

Rishi Sunak is preparing to impose a pay cap on 5m public sector workers as he seeks to rebuild the public finances, according to reports.

Today we are halfway through this circuit-breaker lockdown.

Video Covid vaccines: all you need to know

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

While pharmaceutical giant Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine has been found to be more than 90% effective, an expert has warned it does not mean life can return to normal just yet.

Police are on full alert after receiving information about a planned illegal rave in Norfolk on Halloween night.

Ministers are considering tough new coronavirus restrictions as Boris Johnson said the long-feared the second wave of the pandemic has arrived in the UK.

The Government is mulling shelling out up to £100bn for a mass at-home coronavirus testing programme, but experts are cautious about its ability to deliver.

Do you understand the latest coronavirus rules?

The coronavirus epidemic has opened millions of eyes to how our frontline workers are heroes.

Two people were plucked to safety from a sandbank off the Norfolk coast after being cut off by the tide.

Pizza Express has revealed the identity of the 73 branches it will close, with the loss of up to 1,100 jobs.

A man accused of murdering his 13-year-old daughter threw her across a room in a “fit of temper” when she was a baby because she would not stop crying, a court has heard.

A community has been left perplexed by a spate of attacks on scarecrows - including a decapitation.

Norwich City have promised to “deal with” social media abuse of striker Josip Drmic, who has been told on Instagram: “I hope you die.”

Eaton Park, Norwich, a sunny summer’s day.

I’m excited, very excited.

Turn off your music and listen very carefully.

Two Norfolk men were caught “in the middle of nowhere”, illegally shipping 10,000 anti-anxiety tablets through Wales.

This is the shocking sight greeting the people of Holt this morning, after a fierce blaze destroyed the town’s Budgens supermarket.

Hundreds of shocked residents have gathered in the streets to watch in disbelief as Holt’s Budgens supermarket has gone up in flames.

Hopes are rising that pubs, theatres, cinemas and restaurants will be thrown the lifeline of a reduction to a one-metre social distancing rule.

It’s not very British to talk about going to the loo.

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