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.
A restored Fakenham Labour Party banner is one of the items on display at the People’s History Museum in Manchester as part of a new exhibition.
Denise Burke has called for health officials to consider bringing additional NHS services to North Norfolk to benefit our aging population.
I should declare an interest – I live on the coast unlike the other candidates who live in Norwich, Holt, and Swaffham.
The crisis in our stretched A&E and ambulance services demands that we take a new look at how we meet urgent medical needs in North Norfolk.
Comment on the news that the East of England Ambulance Service Trust downgraded thousands of 999 calls putting at risk patient safety.
The choice then is clear: between Labour and the three Tory parties (Conservatives, UKIP and LibDems).
Denise Burke got the chance to see how our ambulance service is performing under pressure.
Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for North Norfolk Denise Burke will spend New Year’s Eve with local ambulance staff and paramedics from Cromer.