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The real issue at the heart of the whole Brexit saga is that just as the nation was facing the greatest political and economic crisis in several generations, its political leaders are the worst anyone has ever seen.

An Ipswich man dedicated to tackling the scourge of beach litter has received a Points of Light award for his efforts.

Prime Minister Theresa May used a speech from Downing Street to go over the heads of MPs in a bid to win last ditch support for her Brexit deal - but failed to convince Suffolk politicians that she was on the road to victory in her battle for a deal.

A Suffolk MP baffled social media users after interrupting the prime minister's Brexit grilling to raise issues about Lowestoft high street shop closures.

Conservatives in Ipswich are looking forward to the day when Brexit is sorted out - and Theresa May is no longer Prime Minister - as they prepare for this year's local elections.

Television crews have been filming in Ipswich after choosing it as the "perfect focus group" for assessing the mood of the country during one of the most extraordinary weeks in British politics.

Spend the weekend catching up with some of our most desired stories - including a care home which sent a card to Theresa May.

Theresa May's Brexit strategy has been dealt a devastating blow after the House of Commons rejected her EU Withdrawal Agreement by an overwhelming majority for the second time.

The seemingly never-ending reports of knife crime taking place across the country are deeply worrying.

A landowners' leader said the farming community had lost a 'key ally' as agriculture minister George Eustice quit his post over Brexit.

Worried East Anglian farmers say they have been left in limbo after the industry sought to nail the government down at a key annual conference on what kind of future the sector faces as Brexit looms.

Suffolk Conservatives were today digesting the news that three high-profile remainer MPs had left the party over the party's Brexit stance - but did not expect an early general election.

Rough sleeping is a problem all year round, but it is even more acute during the cold winter months.

East Anglian publisher Archant has broadly welcomed a new report looking at how to safeguard quality journalism in the UK.

Special Report How a no-deal Brexit could affect you

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Britain will leave the European Union without a deal on March 29 unless a withdrawal agreement is approved or Article 50 is delayed - we look at how this eventuality could affect you in Suffolk.

A former UKIP councillor who has defected to the Conservatives has said his former party has a grim future.

Iain Dale says things are looking up for Theresa May this week, but there's a long way to go to see if a good Brexit deal will define her time at 10 Downing Street

Brexit is back firmly on the political agenda - and not just in the House of Commons where the Prime Minister is making another futile attempt to push through her deal that was rejected by two thirds of MPs nine days ago.

The East of England is set to count the cost of a 'no deal' Brexit in billions of pounds, according to analysis by business lobby group the CBI.

An award-winning journalist from Suffolk is calling for an investigation into a vaccine which he claims caused his "meltdown" into insanity.

After a dramatic two days in the House of Commons, attention now turns to what happens next in the Brexit saga - and we should not have too long to wait.

Theresa May has survived the Vote of Confidence in her government - but not without another bruising debate in the House of Commons.

Worried East Anglian farmers' leaders warned that a 'no deal' Brexit would have a 'serious impact' on rural businesses as the political crisis deepened following a crushing defeat for prime minister Theresa May's European Union (EU) exit strategy.

MPs are expecting another day of high drama at Westminster on Wednesday as the House of Commons holds a rare vote of confidence in the Government.

British politics is on a knife-edge today as politicians and the general public await the result of the "meaningful vote" on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal.

The British government is edging closer to Tuesday's key Commons vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal.

A 'no deal' Brexit would be "potentially disastrous" for the British pig sector at a time when its overall financial viability is already under pressure, an expert has warned.

Pro-European activists will be taking to streets across Suffolk to have their say ahead of Theresa May's key Brexit vote next week.

Looking back at 2018 it was a year of great achievements in Ipswich - Ed Sheeran announced he would be rounding off his world tour here, Broomhill Pool secured Lottery funding and work restrated on the Winerack.

New regular columnist Iain Dale is well-known as the award-winning presenter on LBC Radio's weekday evening discussion show and will voice his highly-regarded view each week. This week he looks at policing

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