The government have announced electric shock fishing equipment will be banned from UK waters after Brexit.
Follow along with political correspondent Geraldine Scott in Westminster on what is being dubbed Brexit’s Super Tuesday showdown in the Commons.
Pharmacists in Norfolk are “at their wits’ end” as they struggle to get hold of many common medicines, including painkillers and anti-depressants.
The prime minister suffered the worst defeat in the House of Commons in more than 100 years on Tuesday as MPs categorically rejected her plan on how to take the UK out of the European Union.
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s Brexit plans by an emphatic 432 votes to 202 in a historic vote which has thrown the future of her administration and the nature of the UK’s EU withdrawal into doubt.
Theresa May will put her Brexit deal to the Commons on Tuesday, with defeat almost guaranteed.
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.
Eastern European EU migrants are still choosing to make a home in Suffolk amid Brexit uncertainty - but the rate people are coming to the country is slowing down.
On a national scale 2019 is set to be a momentous year for Britain’s politicians with the country set to leave the EU on March 29 – but it is also set to be a big year for local politicians.
More than £130,000 in funding has been secured as part of an “innovative project” to boost the East Anglian fishing industry.
This week, Peter Sharkey looks at why thousands of people are using lifetime mortgages to buy a home in the sun.
A major change in consumer behaviour is gripping the tourism industry – but it can be overcome with investment, innovation and inspiration, writes Simon Altham of Hoseasons.
Norfolk hospitals depend on the European Union for more than one in 10 doctors, new figures revealed, as uncertainty over Brexit threatens to worsen the crisis in the NHS.
Saving for a prolonged period of travel is essential, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey. And now might just be the best time to go.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey says a building disaster in Bulgaria and HS2 are good metaphors for avoiding bad financial plans
Labour is planning a radical overhaul in banking rules to stop branches closing in rural East Anglia.
Wetherspoon is to stop selling Jagerbombs after the company announced it will no longer be stocking the German herbal liqueur used to make the popular drink.
The Minister for the Environment, Michael Gove, has insisted fishermen will get full control of British waters following Brexit.
As Brexit outcomes become more unpredictable by the day, Tony Wenham meets a campaigner with a clear vision of how leaving the EU could boost a traditional east coast industry and bring new prosperity to her town.
Brexit will offer the ports of Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth new opportunities, a government minister and Norfolk MP has claimed.
Britain will have a new Brexit secretary after David Davis stepped down late last night.
David Davis has quit his role as Brexit secretary less than two years after his appointment.
It’s a practice that is said to be damaging the ocean, depleting fish stocks and destroying jobs.
East Anglia will help lead a multi-million pound project to boost enterprise training and job opportunities for thousands of social housing residents on both sides of the Channel.
As the countdown to the UK leaving the European Union begins, we want to know, would you still be voting the same way in the referendum today?
East Anglia’s fishing industry has reacted with disappointment to the “catastrophic” news that the UK will continue to be affected by European Union fishing quotas until 2021.
The fishing industry’s competing hopes and fears over Brexit were in the spotlight at a major conference with the aim of kick-starting the sector.
Fishing leaders have warned the government it would miss out on a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to regenerate East Anglia’s coastal towns if fishing rights are given away in Brexit negotiations.
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