Norwich City Chief Executive Jez Moxey says chairman Ed Balls' decision to appear on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing will not effect the day-to-day running of the club.
The former shadow chancellor upset many Canaries fans by committing to the show this summer while the transfer window was still ongoing.
Moxey insists that he has no problem with Balls pursuing other ventures outside of football.
"Ed's role is not an executive role, he is a non-executive chairman," he told ITV News Anglia.
"I report into him so the fact that he's decided to participate in Strictly isn't going to effect what we do on a day-to-day basis and doesn't hamper us in any shape or form."
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More than 100,000 people have packed out Clacton seafront for the start of the two day Clacton Airshow.
It's the resort's biggest money earner and generates tens of thousands of pounds for the economy.
And unlike last year, the weather didn't disappoint.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu.
This year's Clacton Airshow is underway with a number of displays taking to the skies on day one.
Over the two days 200,000 people are expected to visit. Many arrived early to get a good spot on the seafront and beach.
Clear skies and warm weather has meant a packed out beach.
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More than 40 people were arrested at V Festival in Essex over the weekend.
Around 85,000 people were there to watch the biggest names in pop, including Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Sia.
Essex Police said they arrested 43 people and assisted with evicting 133 people from Hylands Park in Chelmsford.
- 27 of those were for drug related offences
- Five were on suspicion of assault
- Four arrests were made for handling stolen goods
- Three for theft
- Two for conspiracy to defraud
- One for fraud
- One for failing to comply with direction to leave
This was the second year where a Public Space Protection Order was enforced to combat anti-social behaviour and use of psychoactive substances. As a result, 133 people were ejected from the festival sending out a clear message that these drugs are not tolerated.
If you have been a victim of crime, please do report it to us by calling 101.
Police are investigating after a woman reported being sexually assaulted on her way home from the V Festival in Chelmsford.
The victim, in her 20s, was approached by a man driving a dark Mondeo as she walked home along Greenbury Way between 9.30pm and 10.30pm on August 20.
She got in the vehicle, which she believed was a taxi, after being offered a lift home. The man then drove a short distance before sexually assaulting her.
The victim managed to get out of the car before running away to raise the alarm.
"I would advise people to be vigilant when travelling alone and to ensure they only use taxis from companies they have contacted themselves or they have found at authorised taxi ranks. "Any authorised taxi service will display a plate on the rear of the vehicle and a licence containing a photograph of the driver inside the vehicle. If either of these are not on display then play it safe and don't get in.”
The East of England Ambulance Service says its treated 263 patients since yesterday at the V Festival in Chelmsford.