Five key stories you should have on your radar this morning
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Check below for five stories you should be aware of as the four-day week gets underway.
The major road was closed to traffic for roughly three hours last night after a serious crash on the exit slip of the London-bound carriageway at Boreham.
Essex Police’s force control room took to social media to remind motorists not to call 999 to moan about the traffic.
Tributes are being paid to ‘larger than life’ Ipswich businessman and radio celebrity Bob Shelley who has died at the age of 78.
Mr Shelley spent years on the airwaves at BBC Radio Suffolk and co-presented the Happy Hour show with Stephen Foster.
Police have arrested five suspects after a car reported stolen to police crashed near a popular Suffolk pub.
A spokesman for Suffolk police said the vehicle crashed in Bramford Road, near the Wild Man pub in Sproughton.
- 1 No timescale for when Suffolk road closed due to flooding can reopen
- 2 Snow possible overnight as 50mph gusts set to arrive in Suffolk
- 3 'Ipswich did so much for me' - Knight excited for Town return with Crewe after dream Manchester City move
- 4 Case of new Omicron Covid variant identified in Essex
- 5 Fire breaks out at British Sugar Factory
- 6 Face masks to be compulsory in shops and public transport, PM announces
- 7 Dispersal order put in place for coastal town
- 8 Nearly 150 homes to go on land no longer needed for jobs
- 9 More than 20 drivers caught at speeds of 100mph on A14 within an hour
- 10 Hitchhiker died after being hit by lorry wing mirror on A143
Nikki Davis couldn’t believe the snide remark as she was accused of being part of the ‘mammary brigade’.
But the female customer responded that she found it “offensive” and the mums should feed their babies “in the toilet”.
You heard us right, a cow was rescued by multiple fire crews after becoming stuck in a water-filled ditch in Blythburgh.
One fire engine from Lowestoft South and two from Halesworth were in attendance but struggled to access the livestock who was stuck on boggy ground.