Labour warns cuts will particularly hit the growing number of frail older people who rely on local health services – with the threat of more to come.
Labour is continuing its campaigning on mobile phone coverage in North Norfolk by writing to the mobile phone operators about 3G and 4G coverage in the district.
The chiefs of four NHS bodies have all refused to attend a public meeting called to discuss the crisis in the local NHS.
I want you to be one of the first to see my key election pledges for North Norfolk should I be elected the MP.
Denise Burke’s views on tax dodging. She speaks as a former tax collector about why she’s backing a Tax Dodging Bill.
Stalham Academy has been criticised for displaying an Orwellian ‘1984’ attitude towards accountability and teaching.
A Norfolk council raised nearly £4,000 in car park fees during its ‘free’ parking days, prompting concerns about how the council dealt with the scheme.
Norman Lamb claims it’s the next Tory government that’ll threaten the NHS – but cuts are happening now – and in his constituency.
A much better use of the new money would have been to improve the Bittern Line which is used by local residents to get to and from work, study, shopping and leisure.
I am concerned that the Government’s planned rollout across Britain has not been quick enough, and that initial targets have been continually missed across this parliament.