It was great to welcome Sajid Javid - the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government in the constituency again, which just proves how significant Norwich South is to the Prime Minister and her team.
Interesting Bank Holiday Monday on the campaign trail, good to see this building on Rosary Road finally reaching completion Other construction sites around the constituency started off later and have been completed ages ago, but I'm sure that the thought and effort invested in this building will
A really interesting day for Lana Hempsall today, starting early with Nick Conrad on the BBC Radio Norfolk Breakfast show and talking about General Election issues in Norwich South - as Lana reports here from Norwich Market:
I am shocked and horrified by the events that unfolded in Manchester on Monday evening and I hope you can join me in the praise for the emergency services and the wider community who rushed to help the victims of this dreadful attack.
Many people - both online and on the doorstep - have been interested in Lana Hempsall's background, and have asked what drove her to stand for Parliament. So we interrupted her campaigning to find out a bit more about her. Here's what she told us:
Today was an interesting day in Lana Hempsall's campaign diary. Attended her first hustings in the constituency at CNS, Lana answered questions about the NHS, votes for 16 to 18 year olds and inevitably, tuition fees. She reports:
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