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Norfolk and Suffolk councils to decide on Devolution this month

Norfolk and Suffolk councils to decide on Devolution this month

Over the next two weeks 12 councils across Norfolk and Suffolk and the New Anglia LEP will be asked to formally agree to become part of a Mayoral Combined authority for the two counties.


Standing ovation from European Parliament on his final day for long serving East of England MEP Richard Howitt

Standing ovation from European Parliament on his final day for long serving East of England MEP Richard Howitt

The East of England’s Euro MP Richard Howitt received a standing ovation from all sides of the European Parliament chamber on his last day in the European Parliament, where he has served for 22 years.


“Devolution is the biggest opportunity” Norfolk and Suffolk will ever have says LEP chief

“Devolution is the biggest opportunity” Norfolk and Suffolk will ever have says LEP chief

The Chairman of New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, Mark Pendlington, has chosen the LEP’s Annual General Meeting to send a clear message to those in the East who have not yet pledged their support for the Devolution Agreement for Norfolk and Suffolk.


Outcome of public consultation on Norfolk and Suffolk Devolution to be debated tomorrow

Outcome of public consultation on Norfolk and Suffolk Devolution to be debated tomorrow

The outcomes of the Norfolk and Suffolk Devolution consultation will be considered by council leaders tomorrow ahead of submission to the Secretary of State.


Have your say on Norfolk and Suffolk devolution plans

Have your say on Norfolk and Suffolk devolution plans

People across Norfolk and Suffolk are being asked for their views on a proposed devolution deal and associated governance arrangements for the two counties.


Calls for #SuffolkSolidarity after divisive EU referendum campaigns

Calls for #SuffolkSolidarity after divisive EU referendum campaigns

The Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality together with a number of other local organisations have penned an open letter to the people of Suffolk calling for communities to come together after a divisive EU referendum.


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