Police treating death in Yoxford fire as 'unexplained'
A major investigation’s underway in one part of Suffolk, after a body was found in a house which was on fire.
Region's MPs react to no confidence vote
A vote of no confidence in Theresa May will be held this evening.
Man suffers stab wounds in Cardinal Park attack
A man was stabbed in the head by two attackers in green tracksuits in Ipswich's Cardinal Park yesterday.
Brexit battle: Theresa May to reject growing calls for second EU referendum
Theresa May is to reject the growing calls from MPs for a new Brexit referendum, claiming it would be a breach of faith with voters.
May-Blair clash over second Brexit referendum: No love lost between PM and her predecessor
If you add up the majorities won by Labour in Tony Blair's three general election victories in 1997, 2001 and 2005, the combined total comes to 410.
Russia using 'hardcore propaganda' against UK, warns top diplomat
Latvia has raised concerns with Britain over what one diplomat described as "hardcore propaganda" against the UK and its allies aired by two Russian-language television channels that are registered in London.
A Wonderful Life with Trump? President calls SNL 'Democratic spin machine'
Donald Trump has called Saturday Night Live a "Democratic spin machine" after the show mocked him in a parody sketch of a famous Christmas movie.
Police visit Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson after troubling Instagram post
Police have confirmed Pete Davidson is safe after the Saturday Night Live star posted an unsettling message on Instagram.
Harvey Weinstein 'bragged of sex with Jennifer Lawrence', lawsuit alleges
Harvey Weinstein bragged about sleeping with Jennifer Lawrence while trying to force himself upon a woman in his office, court documents show.