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There's so much going on in the world in 2019 that Keith Skipper wonders what the grandparents of tomorrow will make of it all in 50 years

The former head of the British Army has said the Home Office is making a serious mistake by attempting to strip Shamima Begum of her citizenship.

Donald Trump made a secret flying visit to RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk en route to meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Vietnam.

There is no Plan(et) B: so it's a good job that we've got our children to clear up the mess that the adults have made and left for them to inherit. Why the kids are all right when it comes to climate change.

UK farmers bracing themselves for Brexit are facing similar turmoil to the American agricultural sector under Trump, a US farming leader says.

Liz Nice says Father Howard Stoker of St Andrew's Church, Holt, hasn't a leg to stand on when suggesting there would be something wrong with having a female Bishop of Norwich.

Comedian and panel show favourite Stephen K Amos explains what makes a good comedian and why you should never stand on stage with secrets as his latest show Bouquets and Brickbats comes to the Norwich Playhouse.

Changing nappies isn't something that a proper parent opts out of - no one is too spiritual to get their hands dirty looking after their own children, even you, Russell Brand: appreciating your daughters' "beauty and grace" just isn't enough.

Detectives within Norfolk Police have been warned to be 'uniform ready' to potentially assist front-line policing duties in the event of a fall-out from a no deal Brexit, in particular fears of fuel shortages.

"Media hype" has been blamed for causing anxiety in those under the care of the mental health trust. Health and political correspondent Geraldine Scott says that's a denial of the issues at hand.

It's been a year for presenters to hang up their microphones, for iconic programmes to reach milestones and for stars to fall from grace. We look back at a year of television, starting with January to June.

It's a tale as old as time, but with pop songs a-plenty and even a cameo appearance from Donald Trump, Sheringham Little Theatre's laugh-a-minute pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, is bang up-to-date.

Should we revive all the archaic words that rarely get an airing or should we find a new way of using them? Lynne Mortimer considers.

Roger Law, the co-creator of Spitting Image, has revealed the outrageous satirical puppets may be set for a television return - in America.

Doctors have suggested it could be the sign of a personality disorder, sociopathy or narcissism, psychologists that it might be why people never get a second date - is being rude to serving staff is a deal breaker, a red flag and a window to the kind of person you really are?

From zombies to demogorgons, poltergeists to killer clowns, demon headmasters to devilish technology, there's a scary TV show to suit all levels of daring in our list of shows to get you into the Halloween spirit. Do not watch alone.

It starts stealthily when you manage to keep a cactus alive. The next thing you know, you've got a windowsill of plants that you'd normally have killed months ago - is a newfound ability to garden (a bit) a sign that I'm growing up?

Being chairman of Norwich City has been painful at times for Ed Balls as his team were relegated from the Premier League, just five months after he was appointed in 2015.

Boris Johnson said women in burqas and niqabs look like 'bank robbers' and 'letterboxes'. But what about how he looks, asks Liz Nice

The second night of Laugh in the Park in Chapefield Gardens got off to a stonking start with the memorably named Jarred Christmas.

"Build it in Britain" demanded Jeremy Corbyn this week. And who could argue with that?

Norwich City chairman Ed Balls has revealed that his wife and Labour politician Yvette Cooper was "horrified" after he took part in a wrestling event for his new documentary series about Donald Trump's voters.

No idea what Love Island is all about? It might be too late to immerse yourself in the latest series, but you can definitely prepare yourself for the next - or at the very least be able to hold a semi-lucid conversation with your offspring about where they've been disappearing to at 9pm every night.

Wherever Donald Trump goes the term 'fake news' is sure to follow, as it did during his controversial stop-off in the UK. But is fake news really just a modern phenomenon? Sheena Grant reports on a project at the Museum of East Anglian Life that attempts to answer that question.

Several hundred people gathered outside Norwich's City Hall to protest about Donald Trump's visit to the UK.

Mid Norfolk MP George Freeman has branded Donald Trump's comments in an interview with The Sun newspaper as "outrageous".

Protesters from Norfolk are ready to travel to London to protest against the visit of United States president Donald Trump, while a demonstration will also be staged on the steps of Norwich City Hall.

Officers from Norfolk tasked with policing the arrival of Donald Trump to the UK have been moved from "unacceptable" accommodation on camp beds in an Essex gymnasium.

Gareth Southgate and his team have given us plenty to smile about, but what have they been missing out on? Chris Lakey tries to capture the mood of the nation ahead of the World Cup semi-final against Croatia

One famous partnership sealed their love with a Royal Wedding, another saw themselves separated when one fell foul of the law - it's been a busy six months in teleivison terms, let's look back at some of the high - and low - lights.

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The need for Norfolk police to help keep law and order in London during the UK visit of United States president Donald Trump will stretch the force and could affect the health of officers, it has been warned.

Opinion The power of fear and hope

Friday, June 8, 2018

Are you scared?

The price at the pump is a frequent headache for politicians.

Jacob Rees-Mogg doth protest too much, methinks.

I suppose it was inevitable. After millions of years of history where change occurred slowly, inexorably, we - at least in "advanced" nations - are seeing things move at breakneck speed.

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