Vodafone users in north Norfolk have been experiencing another black out of mobile phone coverage over the past three days.
Poor mobile phone signal in rural areas has been the subject of a number of debates during the first day of Labour Party conference in Brighton.
There has been widespread opposition from north Norfolk residents, but the government is set to push on with the sale off Royal Mail as early as this week.
Denise Burke, Labour’s parliamentary candidate, met Andrew Morgan of the East of England Ambulance Trust to grill him on the future of the service.
Act on Ambulances campaigners were pleased to hear the Interim Board gave assurances that they want to regain public trust at today’s annual public meeting.
The ‘Protect Our Post’ campaign and petition has been created to speak out against the government’s proposals to sell-off of our country’s postal service.
The local launch is the latest in a national movement which speaks out against the government’s proposals to sell-off of our country’s postal service.
Ambulance chiefs in the East forked out thousands of pounds for 46 new managers in the last 2 years – at a time when front-line posts were left vacant.
Campaigners have welcomed Anthony Marsh’s report into the local ambulance service, which supports concerns first raised a year ago.
Vodafone has promised to significantly increase their 3G coverage in north Norfolk after meeting with Labour campaigners about on-going signal problems.