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A Norfolk MP has described Brexit as the “Death Star of politics” as he admitted: “I’m an elected representative of 76,000 people and I don’t know what’s going on.”

A proposal to make Great Yarmouth a terminus for a new Stansted airport rail line is “unlikely” until at least 2025, a Norfolk county councillor has said.

The Norfolk Chamber of Commerce believes the UK is not ready for a no-deal Brexit and has demanded MPs push the government harder for answers.

TripAdvisor has suspended reviews of a Norfolk bed and breakfast owned by Brexit Party founder Catherine Blaiklock after it was targeted by trolls.

A campaign to change the law so that owners of dogs which attack other dogs can be prosecuted has received over 3000 signatures.

Norfolk agriculture faces its biggest crisis for decades if there is a no-deal Brexit – so farmers must work with their MPs to push the importance of home-grown food up the political agenda.

A pro-Brexit campaign group has called for the deselection of two Norfolk MPs.

Two projects designed to maintain Great Yarmouth’s rich heritage have been awarded grants of £50,000 each.

Columnist Iain Dale says this week’s events in parliament show the big gap between some MPs and the people they are supposed to represent

A Norfolk MP is set to be one of around 64 who will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit deal after the prime minister made a last-ditch attempt to garner support.

A programme which has been praised by its students for providing them with a fantastic future in the energy sector has opened a new offshore wind skills centre.

The need for a five year study of snails near the Acle Straight has prompted Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis to write to highways bosses saying any delay in getting work done on the road would be “unacceptable”.

Theresa May has silenced the hard Brexit wing of the Conservative party after seeing off a challenge to oust her from Number 10.

The region’s Conservative MPs are backing embattled prime minister Theresa May “100pc” as she faces a make-or-break confidence vote.

Enough Conservative MPs have requested a vote of confidence in Theresa May to trigger a contest, chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee Sir Graham Brady has announced.

The row over controversial proposals to close Norfolk’s children’s centres has intensified after Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis accused campaigners of “playing politics”.

The landowners of the fire ravaged former Pontins site have been warned by a councillor to ‘sort themselves out’ before a potentially “fatal incident” takes place.

East Anglia is rightly proud of its many assets.

Tributes to a giant of Great Yarmouth life have poured in after he died following a year-long battle with cancer.

A frustrated mother-of-five is celebrating an 11th hour victory after a six month stand off with her son’s school over his bus pass.

Campaigners are calling a public meeting to explain the ins and outs of a homes’ bid at Marina Quays in Great Yarmouth.

The idea of new settlements to provide new homes in Norfolk should not be dismissed, despite the frosty reception proposals for a garden town between Dereham and Fakenham received.

A Great Yarmouth vlogger has spoken out over what she sees as NHS cost cutting after problems with medication for her rare condition.

Investigations are continuing around the derelict former Pontins holiday park in Hemsby after it was hit by a devastating arson attack.

The firefighters who tackled the massive blaze at the former Pontins holiday park site have been thanked by Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis.

Corbynism will be picked over by political historians in years to come whatever happens next for Labour.

A councillor has resigned from the Conservative party following the expulsion of Waveney District Council’s deputy leader over an alleged Islamophobic comment.

A district and county councillor who allegedly said it was “unbelievable” Sadiq Khan had been elected mayor of London has been expelled from the Conservative party.

Two of the region’s MPs have endorsed Norfolk Day and called the county the “best” in the United Kingdom.

The unveiling of a vision for a 10,000 home garden town in Norfolk comes amid a government drive for more new settlements to be built.

An MP has said he believes a colleague’s failure to abstain from a key Brexit vote on Tuesday was a “genuine mistake.”

Embattled Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis will be “looking to ride it out until recess” after calls for him to quit as Conservative Party chairman.

Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis is under fresh pressure over claims he deliberately broke parliamentary voting rules.

Voting when you are a ‘paired’ MP is deemed a cardinal sin in Westminster.

Norfolk MP Brandon Lewis has been accused of reneging on an agreement not to take part in key votes over Brexit.

Responses to the latest Pontins application at Hemsby are coming in thick and fast - including one about dogs.

The MP for Great Yarmouth has said he is “beyond impressed” at what is happening at a school in the town that has been in the headlines.

A decision on whether aggregate dredging can continue on a slice of sea-bed off Great Yarmouth for another 15 years will be made in the next few months.

Our coast is disappearing faster than feared. What is being done to stop it?

Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis has demanded “lessons are learnt” after an inflatable trampoline exploded killing a three-year-old girl on a Norfolk beach.

A heavy police presence and a rush of emergency services at Gorleston beach today was a far cry from the usual buzz of the spot, which attracts families from across the region.

An MP has said he is not convinced enough effort was made to interest holiday park operators in the derelict Pontins site in Hemsby.

A Gorleston woman has taken her concerns over the stranded crew of the Malaviya Twenty to Westminster.

An MP has asked the company that owns the former Pontins holiday camp in Hemsby if other businesses or individuals are interested in buying part of it.

Battle lines are being drawn as the Tories and Labour face each other across the chamber at Great Yarmouth Borough Council.

The votes are being counted after Norwich and Great Yarmouth headed to the polls.

Demolition teams have begun the grim task of tearing down condemned clifftop homes in Hemsby.

More eyes are needed to defend our coast from smugglers and help save lives at sea.

The British air strikes against Syria has provoked a mixed reaction from our region’s MPs.

It was a sight no one in Hemsby hoped they would have to see - a clifftop home being torn down by demolition workers.

Preparatory work is being carried out today to demolish five erosion-hit homes at Hemsby.

Norfolk could be set for a soaraway jobs bonanza thanks to a high profile visit that will see Great Yarmouth bid to play a major part in the construction of a third runway for Heathrow Airport.

These dramatic photographs show how precariously the erosion-threatened homes at the Marrams are balanced on the clifftop edge as they teeter on the edge of destruction at Hemsby.

The high tide has come and gone at Hemsby without causing the imminent destruction of the erosion threatened homes on the Marrams.

An MP has written to Greater Anglia asking for explanations following a week of train cancellations and delays.

Russian aggression has forced the UK and allies France, Germany and the United States to take a stand.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has said he will stand down if asked after making controversial comments in which he branded some of his own party’s MPs as “also-rans” who do not work hard enough to help the county.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has said he stands by extraordinary comments in which he branded some of his own party’s MPs as “also-rans” who do not work hard enough to help the county.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has attacked the region’s MPS, saying they need to “up their game” and “work a lot harder” - even claiming to have only met his own party chairman - Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis - once and to have never met Norwich MP Clive Lewis.

The decision to grant plans for Great Yarmouth’s third river crossing national status to help the planning process has been welcomed by a senior councillor and MP for the town.

The £120m project to build a third river crossing in Great Yarmouth has taken another leap forward.

The MP for Great Yarmouth, Brandon Lewis, is encouraging groups in the borough to apply for coastal community funding.

Jeremy Corbyn has slammed the decision to cut Norfolk’s Police and Community Support Officers calling them the “eyes and ears” of the force.

Residents of Great Yarmouth will be able to find out more about the plan to build the £120m third river crossing for the town by attending drop-in information sessions next month.

The young voted overwhelmingly for the UK to stay in the European Union.

The MP for Great Yarmouth has been meeting women across Great Yarmouth to encourage them to get involved in politics and stand for public office ahead of the 100th year anniversary since Parliament gave women the right to vote.

The debate over the future of Norfolk Fire and Rescue has taken another turn as the Retained Firefighters Union has said they are “open” to the possibility of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) taking over responsibility.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has accused the Police and Crime Commissioner of a “power grab” over who is in charge of the fire service.

A community garden will be at the heart of a £2m external revamp of Great yarmouth rail station, with work scheduled to be completed before summer.

The chairman of the Conservative party has “expressed regret” that members of his own party at Norfolk County Council voted to increase their allowances.

January is proving to be rather bleak. Norwich has lost jobs and there remain many more under threat across the county.

New Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis has vowed that his promotion will be good news for Great Yarmouth and the East.

Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis is now one of the most powerful people in the Conservative Party.

Oh dear. Only last week in this very column I praised Theresa May for her stoicism in the face of repeated disasters. And then came the reshuffle.

With the biggest cabinet beasts – Amber Rudd, Philip Hammond, Boris Johnson and David Davis – keeping their jobs this is a reshuffle that will not live long in the memory – apart from a few embarrassing gaffes.

New Conservative chairman and Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis has hailed an influx of “new talent” after the prime minister’s reshuffle.

Great Yarmouth MP and immigration minister Brandon Lewis is tipped for promotion ahead of a cabinet reshuffle by prime minister Theresa May.

Volunteers are set to carry out door-to-door inquiries as the desperate search for missing student Sophie Smith enters its second week.

Ongoing attempts to locate missing student Sophie Smith have drawn widespread praise as coastal communities keep up their search efforts.

Great Yarmouth MP and immigration minister Brandon Lewis has pledged to send foreign criminals back to their home countries as soon as possible.

The brother of a man stabbed to death at his family home more than 30 years ago marked the anniversary of his killing by calling for an inquiry into a police force’s handling of the murder investigation.

This Saturday marks the 33rd anniversary of the murder of Great Yarmouth man Peter Miller, who was stabbed to death at his family home.

There are high hopes Norfolk residents will be able to see Prince Harry’s fiancée Meghan Markle following news of the royal engagement.

A £98m pledge from the chancellor in his Budget means work could start in 2020 on a new bridge which will open up investment for the whole region.

Great Yarmouth will this week find out whether its long-awaited third river crossing has been deemed worthy of Westminster backing in the Autumn Budget.

Youngsters who excelled in a schools debating competition have visited the House of Parliament.

A senior Ukip figure has called councillors who defected to the Conservatives disgraceful, disgusting and disloyal.

Prime minister Theresa May dodged the question but South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss proudly admitted she had changed her mind.

Norfolk’s seven Tory MPs have backed Theresa May to stay as prime minister.

Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis has played down suggestions he could be the next Conservative Party chairman as the fall-out from Theresa May’s calamitous speech continues.

A platform is set to be removed from Great Yarmouth station as part of resignalling plans.

Looking after your town and taking pride in where you live could help ease pressures on the NHS, it is claimed.

The latest weapon in a battle to keep our borders secure has been unveiled - as she showed off how she could catch criminals out at sea.

Calls for a £120m third river crossing for Great Yarmouth have been supported by the town’s MP Brandon Lewis.

Extra government funding for schools has been welcomed by a Norfolk MP and cabinet minister.

The number of dedicated ambulance stations in Norfolk could be reduced from 15 to three as part of plans to share more facilities with other emergency and community services.

Thousands of homes in Great Yarmouth have been touted for new ultrafast broadband by providers Virgin Media.

In the light of the recent events at Grenfell Towers in London we must stop cuts to our fire and rescue service.

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

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.

The Ukip vote in its former Great Yarmouth heartland has collapsed.

We asked the general election candidates in Norfolk and Waveney to tell us why you should vote for them today. We also invited them to submit videos outlining their three priorities. This is what they said:

One university graduate in Norwich stands to win more than £180,000, depending on whether Jeremy Corbyn and Labour are successful in this election.

Community leaders across Norfolk have reacted to the shock news of the terrorist attack in London.

The five candidates vying to become the MP for the Great Yarmouth constituency have taken part in a hustings at the main church in the village of Belton.

All five general election candidates for the Great Yarmouth constituency have agreed to attend a hustings meeting in Belton.

Students have quizzed candidates to be Great Yarmouth’s next MP ahead of the general election.

UKIP parliamentary candidate Catherine Blaiklock was in Great Yarmouth today posing with her campaign cab - a rebranded London taxi - and mingling with branch members.

On a whistle-stop visit to the east coast, the Labour leader visited a hospital which has been affected by a cyber attack.

The views of Norfolk’s MPs in the EU referendum differed sharply from the views of their constituents.

The first general election hustings event for the Great Yarmouth constituency has been announced.

Labour have revealed their slate of candidates in Norfolk and Waveney for next month’s general election.

Another general election candidate has been confirmed for the Great Yarmouth constituency, with UKIP announcing who will be fighting its corner.

Great Yarmouth Arts Festival is back for its 5th year to celebrate the borough’s heritage, community and thriving arts scene.

How badly the political parties wanted your vote at the last General Election in 2015 depended on where you lived.

Theresa May has called a snap election to be held on June 8. Here are the results from each constituency across the region for the 2015 general election.

Brandon Lewis has given his stamp of approval to the borough’s tourism industry, as he cut probably the tiniest ribbon he ever will.

A permanent head, an investigation into failures and no more passing the buck - these are some of the things our MPs would like to see happen at Norfolk County Council’s children’s services department.

The Norfolk MP in charge of Britain’s policing has heralded the “phenomenal heroism and bravery” of our emergency services.

Doctors and health staff met with charity volunteers to discuss how they can work together.

As he toured the region, the transport secretary said the government were taking the scheme very seriously.

Energy supply chain businesses will be able to discuss the future of the industry and government support with three coastal East of England MPs at a special event.

A petition to reinstate the former route of a bus service through Caister has attracted more than 100 signatures.

A Norfolk MP said there were no “red lights flashing” over a legal challenge to the A47 upgrade after meeting Highways bosses in Westminster.

Great Yarmouth’s MP has refused to attend a public meeting on the rollout of a new benefits system which has been plagued with issues.

A steady stream of jobseekers kept companies, training firms and even the armed forces busy at a Jobs Fair in Great Yarmouth.

Jobseekers in the Great Yarmouth area are being invited to a jobs fair this Friday.

Members of the public have been having their say on plans to give the area around Great Yarmouth station a £2m makeover.

The controversial decision to close a Great Yarmouth walk-in medical centre has been justified, a report has said.

Extra law enforcement officers are being stationed along the east coast as it emerged there had been further discoveries of suspected class A drugs at beaches along a 35 mile stretch of coast.

The MP for Great Yarmouth has praised the woman whose tip-off led to a major drugs find on the Norfolk coast.

The sudden cancellation of the 2017 Great Yarmouth Air Show has caused understandable anger and disappointment in the town – and inflicted significant reputational damage to Yarmouth as a major resort.

Hoteliers have expressed their disappointment over the cancellation of this summer’s Great Yarmouth Air Show.

The decision to postpone the inaugural Great Yarmouth Air Show has been given full support by the town’s MP.

Policing minister Brandon Lewis has said education is key in the fight to stop people using their phones behind the wheel.

Home office minister Brandon Lewis has spoken of the “devastating impact” the murder of student Hannah Witheridge had on her family and the local community.

Proposals to legally enforce part two of the Leveson Inquiry are currently not appropriate, according to the Government.

Warm tributes have been paid to a gentleman campaigner whose quiet, determined efforts helped to bring a £600,000 coastal defence scheme to a vulnerable Norfolk village.

Local leaders are confident the dualling of the Acle Straight will happen, despite another year of no confirmed plans.

Crime commissioners will not be compelled to take on responsibility for the fire service – but it is the “direction of travel”, Brandon Lewis has said.

MPs rarely emerge from a year without upsetting a few people (the same could be said for journalists).

Demands to improve safety on a major road have been made after 10 vehicles crashed in a single day.

Voluntary organisations from across the borough have joined forces over their “deep concerns” over Univeral Credit.

A welfare revolution has left a trail of damage to people’s lives in Great Yarmouth.

Has the UK Independence Party’s summer of infighting come to an end?

There are concerns a historic building could be at risk because of erosion to the river bank.

We have taken a look at thousands of expense claims put in by MPs in 2015-16.

Tiny rare snails which have colonised the dykes on a treacherous part of the A47 are likely to have four years to settle into a new home before a safety upgrade can begin.

Great Yarmouth has established itself as the “port of choice” for offshore wind construction in East Anglia, industry leaders were told at a groundbreaking ceremony to signal the start of work on a multi-million-pound upgrade.

We can be prudish. In England, people dislike talking about lavatories. However, soon we may have no public lavatories to talk about. Saving the bog isn’t the most glamorous of campaigns but it is a noble pursuit.

Broads chiefs plan to lobby the government ahead of a review into regulations which triggered cuts in bins on the waterways.

A group of councillors is calling on Anglian Water and the town’s MP to fix issues which see parts of the borough repeatedly hit by flooding.

SPONSORED Eastern Landlords Association chief executive Peter Davis says it’s business as usual for private landlords in the wake of the Brexit vote

The East Norfolk Transport Users Association (ENTUA) held its annual public meeting on Tuesday, with representatives from all major transport providers hearing residents’ views.

The owner of the former Regent Bowl and indoor market has said the site will never become a car park.

A week on from the devastating fire which left a community in shock, the people of Great Yarmouth have shown their resilience.

More than £1million of government funding has been agreed to help move forward the third river crossing project in Great Yarmouth.

Health bosses have sealed the fate of a walk-in clinic in Great Yarmouth, saying the service will close for good in September.

Crime rates for offences including robbery, sex offences and violent crimes have risen in Norfolk and Suffolk over the past year.

Nearly six million fraud and cyber crimes are committed every year, with one in 10 people falling victim to scams.

It is always challenging to take on a job in an industry in which you have no experience, looking to learn on the job while leading.

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis has admitted it “hurt” him to abstain on the Parliamentary vote over Britain’s Trident nuclear weapons system, given his long-standing opposition to the weapons system.

A primary school classroom has been kitted out with the latest in teaching tech, allowing pupils to learn crucial digital skills.

Two more of our region’s MPs have been handed top government positions as new Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle continued today.

Over the coming hours and days, ambitious MPs and ministers will be checking their phones as Theresa May starts to pick her top team. Political editor annabelle dickson looks at the promotion and demotion prospects of the MPs in our region.

A group of travellers who set up camp in Great Yarmouth have left the site, with a convoy of around two dozen vehicles heading down the Acle Straight.

A group of travellers who set up camp in Great Yarmouth have now left the site, with a convoy of around two dozen vehicles heading down the Acle Straight Norwich-bound.

As a picture of who is supporting who in the leadership contest emerges over the coming days, we will bring you the latest here.

An MP has defended plans to close a multi-million-pound health centre which opened less than five years ago, amid concern from hospital bosses and patients.

From Hemsby to Gorleston, a raft of route, bus and timetable changes will affecting passengers across Great Yarmouth borough.

SPONSORED Ron Beattie, of Beattie Passive, gives his tips on finding the ideal land for your self-build

Norwich’s council leader has hit back at a city MP who accused him of showing the worst kind of self interest for opposing government plans to increase council house rents for higher earners while living in a council house himself.

The four charts below sum up some of the problems facing house buyers on lower budgets in Norfolk and show why prices will keep rising.

As we come to the end of a week-long series on housing problems in the region, we asked housing minister, and Great Yarmouth MP, Brandon Lewis to share his views on the challenges ahead.

The number of young people out of work in the borough has fallen for the first time since September.

Work on a long awaited coastal protection scheme is close to completion.

Planning is under way for improvements to a busy junction as part of major upgrades to the A47.

A campaign group highlighting the plight of 1950s-born women who have been hit by a rise in their pension age is calling on Norfolk’s MPs to help them get their voices heard.

Pancho the rescue pooch will soon be padding about on all four paws thanks to a new health centre offering canine swimming and underwater running.

The Chancellor’s plans to relax Sunday trading laws have been swept aside by Conservative rebels and the Scottish National Party (SNP).

Conservative council leaders have rallied behind the Chancellor as he seeks to win support for the controversial changes to Sunday trading laws.

More than 17,300 new homes were built in the East of England last year, as house completions and starts hit a seven-year high across the country.

Bosses of the region’s beleaguered oil and gas companies will have the chance to directly address industry leaders in round-table talks at a major conference next week.

As the dust settles on the European Union referendum deal and a date of June 23 is declared, this is where our MPs stand on whether we should remain or leave.

The campaigning spirit that secured the dualling of the A11 must be rekindled to make an upgraded A47 a reality, business leaders have been told.

The campaigning spirit that secured the dualling of the A11 must be rekindled to make an upgraded A47 a reality, business leaders have been told.

Energy chiefs in the East said they were “disappointed but not wholly surprised” the region appeared to be overlooked after a bid to help the oil and gas industry focused heavily on Scotland.

Government plans to relax Sunday trading laws in England and Wales seemed to be set for defeat in November, after the chancellor, George Osborne, promised in the budget earlier last year that councils and mayors would get the power to set Sunday trading laws in their areas.

As interviews for teaching staff get underway at Great Yarmouth’s new high school parents are invited to share their views at an information day tomorrow.

Dwindling offshore projects due to a falling oil price have led one company to diversify into flood-defence work and coastal protection.

Environment Secretary Liz Truss visited Scratby this afternoon, to see the progression of the coastal protection scheme.

The family of a Norfolk woman brutally murdered in Thailand have been praised for showing ‘phenomenal strength of character’ as two men were found guilty of killing her and a fellow backpacker.

Services to protect the most vulnerable children in Norfolk could be taken over within a year, the EDP can reveal today.

A medieval church, an art deco chalet block and a grade II listed maltings building are among those set to benefit from tens of thousands of pounds worth of funding to preserve the region’s heritage.

Transforming underused brownfield sites into new homes could be one of the solutions to the country’s housing shortage, a minister has said.

A major new link road in Great Yarmouth, which will cut congestion and boost the local and regional economies, opened to traffic this morning.

See which lobby your MP went through in the vote on Syria air strikes.

Three local businesses have been recognised by Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis for the role they play in shaping the local community.

Villagers’ frustration is growing over a pong which they say is coming from the Anglian Water treatment plant in Caister.

Families renting from a housing association in Norfolk are among those able to apply to buy their home from today, under the chancellors right-to-buy scheme.

Students from East Norfolk Sixth Form College in Gorleston have been getting out of the classroom to benefit from hands on experience in their learning.

Trains between Norwich and Great Yarmouth are on hold for a second day because of a lack of trains.

From the Fens to the east coast and from North Norfolk to the heart of Suffolk, the message to France is clear: We stand united in showing our solidarity.

Thousands of people, young and old, gathered at St George’s Park in Great Yarmouth on Sunday to honour and commemorate those who lost lives in conflict, as well as recognising the service of those still involved in wars today.

Axing a successful indoor bowls club will have repercussions across Norfolk, weaken the county league and have an impact on income, furious campaigners say.

Flats could be built at Great Yarmouth railway station as part of an MP’s vision to improve the town gateway.

A new government planning tsar has backed calls for Norwich to be turned into a ‘garden city’ - which would see it double in size.

A Gorleston mother has expressed her concerns over the lack of a 24-hour pharmacy in the Great Yarmouth area after her daughter fell ill on a Sunday evening.

A Nottingham vicar is picketing outside the constituency office of Brandon Lewis, MP for Great Yarmouth, today over proposals to give local authorities power over their Sunday trading hours.

Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis has defended his expenses after it was revealed he claimed more than £30,000 for hotel accommodation in London in two years.

Store bosses in Norwich city centre are being asked to make clear whether they would be in favour of longer Sunday opening hours, in what would be the biggest shake-up in trading laws for 20 years.

Pub chain JD Wetherspoon is hoping to build a new pub and restaurant in Gorleston, having snapped up a prime High Street site.

MPs have said they are “horrified” that it could take up to eight years for the £300m A47 upgrade to be finished.

A long-awaited coast protection scheme is close to putting the blocks on erosion at Scratby.

MPs were handed thousands of pounds by businesses, private donors and trade unions in the run up to the election, the latest official record of MP interests shows.

Extending the right-to-buy scheme to housing associations could “ruin the work of generations” who have fought to ensure people in Norfolk are able to live in the villages in which they were brought up, council leaders have warned.

A campaign has been launched to build an end-of-life hospice in the grounds of the James Paget University Hospital at Gorleston.

The case for dualling the A47 Acle Straight has been heard again after a serious crash left two men injured, with one still in a critical condition.

Brandon Lewis said for him the future was “all about Great Yarmouth” as he outlined his priorities for the future.

The Conservatives have held on to Great Yarmouth as UKIP come in at third.

Our latest Election debate with your local candidates saw the Great Yarmouth hopefuls answer your questions.

Conservative Brandon Lewis is on course to hold Great Yarmouth - but Labour is snapping at his heels, according to a poll by Lord Ashcroft.

Life should mean life - that is a call being made after the sentencing of a serial sex attacker who could be free in 10 years despite being given a life sentence.

With political tensions near boiling point on the east coast, UKIP’s deputy leader brought the national campaign trail to Gorleston-on-Sea.

The UK Independence Party has resorted to installing CCTV cameras to protect its signs as the election campaign turned nasty in a number of seats.

From Punch to Charlie Hebdo, political cartoons have mocked, enraged and changed the world.

Home secretary Theresa May praised the work of an offshore firm during a regional tour, which she hailed as “fascinating”.

Conservative Brandon Lewis has condemned vandals who have sprayed expletives, slashed or removed more than 50 of his campaign posters.

Great Yarmouth MP Brandon Lewis has said Labour accusations he has used taxpayer funds for political work are “completely false”.

The votes of “generation rent” were in the sights of political party leaders as they sparred over who had the best policy to help under-40s priced out of the first-home market by soaring rents and housing shortages

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