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King's Lynn councillor quits opposition group in incineration row

King's Lynn councillor quits opposition group in incineration row

King's Lynn councillor quits opposition group in incineration row

Plans for a large incinerator close to the West Norfolk boundary has caused political divisions.


Council chiefs praise MP Liz Truss following appointment as Foreign Secretary

Council chiefs praise MP Liz Truss following appointment as Foreign Secretary

Council chiefs praise MP Liz Truss following appointment as Foreign Secretary

County and district leaders have given their reaction to one of the big headlines from Boris Johnson's Cabinet reshuffle.


Liz Truss made Foreign Secretary

Liz Truss made Foreign Secretary

Liz Truss made Foreign Secretary

A Cabinet reshuffle has seen the MP for South West Norfolk rewarded with a plum job.


West Norfolk campaigners bring new hospital demand to Westminster

West Norfolk campaigners bring new hospital demand to Westminster

West Norfolk campaigners bring new hospital demand to Westminster

Activists have held talks with several MPs in Westminster as the campaign to rebuild the Queen Elizabeth Hospital intensifies.


Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

Working families may be left struggling to pay for food and heating when Universal Credit is cut. But what is the reduction and why is it happening?


Not so jolly roger! Woman given hard time over pirate flag

Not so jolly roger! Woman given hard time over pirate flag

Not so jolly roger! Woman given hard time over pirate flag

Council says it does not now intend to pursue planning enforcement action over 'kid's flag' in back garden.

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Can the UK legally push back migrant boats in the English Channel?

Can the UK legally push back migrant boats in the English Channel?

Can the UK legally push back migrant boats in the English Channel?

Any attempt to push back migrant boats would endanger lives and be in breach of the law, say refugee groups, but the UK government disagrees.


James Wild MP: Tough decision had to be made on social care

James Wild MP: Tough decision had to be made on social care

James Wild MP: Tough decision had to be made on social care

'No Conservative government wants to raise taxes. But it would be irresponsible to fund permanent increases in spending from higher borrowing.'

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District bin collection problems 'could take months to resolve', operator admits

District bin collection problems 'could take months to resolve', operator admits

District bin collection problems 'could take months to resolve', operator admits

A councillor claimed residents have been 'badly let down' by the problems.


Scaled down King's Lynn housing project gets council support

Scaled down King's Lynn housing project gets council support

Scaled down King's Lynn housing project gets council support

Formal plans will now be submitted for more than 200 properties in an area of Gaywood where nearly 400 houses were approved in the spring.


'We won't just talk and virtue-signal on climate', West Norfolk Council chief vows

'We won't just talk and virtue-signal on climate', West Norfolk Council chief vows

'We won't just talk and virtue-signal on climate', West Norfolk Council chief vows

Councillors have overwhelmingly backed a motion to formally declare a climate emergency.


Pop-up shop scheme urged to revive 'stagnant' shopping scene

Pop-up shop scheme urged to revive 'stagnant' shopping scene

Pop-up shop scheme urged to revive 'stagnant' shopping scene

A panel of councillors has called for action to help bring people back into Lynn ahead of the Christmas trading period.


Police called to town council meeting

Police called to town council meeting

Police called to town council meeting

Police were called to a town council's meeting last night as rows about its affairs erupted once again.


'You're a disgrace to the village!' Residents fume as parish council passes motion of no confidence in two of its own members

'You're a disgrace to the village!' Residents fume as parish council passes motion of no confidence in two of its own members

'You're a disgrace to the village!' Residents fume as parish council passes motion of no confidence in two of its own members

Two councillors have been censured for their alleged involvement in an 'unlawful campout protest', despite suggestions the claims weren't proved.


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