Opinion Leave Norfolk out of lockdown!

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Back in the dark days of March Norfolk and Waveney were paralysed.

When I was a boy we went on just three foreign holidays.

Boris Johnson swept to power with promises of addressing some of East Anglia’s biggest problems. Covid-19 has understandably taken much of the PM’s time but what has the PM done for us?

Bold, but was it bold enough? What the chancellor’s mini Budget means for you.

Some adept thinking from the chancellor is welcome, says Paul Briddon of Lovewell Blake – but he will certainly need to do more in the autumn.

Boris Johnson has unveiled his own New Deal in a bid to spark the economy. But East Anglia did not even get a mention.

Wow - Dominic Cummings appears human!

Dominic Cummings is loved and hated in government and the wider Conservative party. But not in equal measures.

The ability to furlough workers administered some vital pain relief for East Anglian companies. But, business editor Richard Porritt argues, suddenly withdrawing the scheme could prove fatal

This is going to be unpopular with a lot of young people.

Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.

Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.

The Royal Norwich Golf Club is celebrating after being runner-up in the prestigious annual Golf Inc World Development of the Year awards, run by one of America’s biggest trade golfing magazines.

Boris Johnson is in a “stable” condition after spending the night in intensive care as he battles coronavirus.

Rules about wrongful trading have been temporarily suspended to provide directors with a greater degree of comfort when taking difficult decisions during the COVID-19 crisis – but they must still demonstrate that they have acted reasonably, says Andrew Turner of Lovewell Blake.

Partners behind the Future 50 campaign have mobilised their expertise to support Norfolk and Suffolk businesses as much as they can during the coronavirus outbreak.

The prime minster has tested positive for coronavirus – but has vowed to continue to lead the nation.

There has been something of a clamour to close schools in the face of the coronavirus crisis.

Offices have closed and this morning an army of workers switched on their laptops and logged on from home. But, after the dust settles on the current crisis, will the office as we know it survive?

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has delivered his first Budget – and, as political editor Richard Porritt explains, he is hoping medicine in the form of cold, hard cash will save the UK’s economy

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has moved to “act in the national interest” over the coronavirus outbreak using his first Budget speech to declare: “We will get through this together.”

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