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Trade Question

The creation of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office creates new opportunities for a truly global Britain to benefit not just employers, employees, and businesses in the UK, but those abroad too.

New Government Apprenticeship Scheme Opens

Employers of all sizes are invited to apply for generous cash incentives to help them take on new apprentices and get more people into work, Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Gillian Keegan has announced today.

Could you be a Reading Support Volunteer?

Norfolk Reading Project, a local charity established in 2015, is looking for new volunteers to support children and young people with reading in schools.

Letter to the Planning Inspectorate: Cawston & Oulton

The growth in electricity generation from offshore wind is hugely beneficial to us all, but this does not give developers the right to cause enormous and prolonged disruption to the people and environment of Broadland when much less intrusive alternatives exist.

Jerome welcomes new funding for local schools

Jerome has welcomed the recent announcement from the Department for Education that two local schools are going to benefit from the Condition Improvement Fund (CIF).

A trip around Broadland

The first week of Jerome Mayhew's constituency tour has seen him in Aylsham, Acle, Brundall, Upton, Fulmodeston, Swanton Novers, Thursford and Badersfield. He writes: