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The Dutch - like most Europeans - did not want Britain to quit the European Union. Here Dutch ambassador to the UK Simon Smits talks to business editor Richard Porritt about the 'regrettable' referendum and how the East can stay close to it's North Sea neighbour.

In a matter of just weeks Britain will have a new prime minister. Here East Anglia's business leaders give their views on who would be best for the region - Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt?

High Street retailer Primark, which has stores across East Anglia, has announced a surge in half-year profits as shoppers continue to indulge in fast fashion.

A leading East Anglian chartered accountant is changing its name as part of a significant rebrand.

The chancellor has missed an opportunity to stop "high street Armageddon" and his forecasts are based on a "big if", according to East Anglian business leaders.

The best of East Anglia's tourism industry have been recognised at an annual award ceremony.

A family-run shop has beaten the world-famous Harrods department store to bag a prestigious award for its window displays.

The first 245ft blade for the new East Anglia ONE windfarm has been built.

Despite better-than-expected results from some of the East's big high street names retail sales fell in December.

An energy supplier with customers across East Anglia has vowed to improve after being slapped with a ban on taking on new clients by the regulator.

Shoppers struggled to bag a bargain Christmas this year with prices rising at their highest rate since 2013.

One of the first girls ever allowed to attend former boys' school Culford has been appointed to the Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee.

Even with just three months to go Brexit uncertainty remains for businesses in our region and beyond. Business editor RICHARD PORRITT looks forward to what the coming year holds

The prime minister might have won a confidence vote but, asks political editor RICHARD PORRITT, what now for her leadership, Brexit and the country?

MPs have urged caution amid calls for the government to seize control of the region's failing mental health trust.

East Anglia's tourism industry will be devastated if Britain crashes out of the European Union, a Labour frontbencher has warned.

East Anglian MPs are demanding greater devolution for the region and more infrastructure spending from government.

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