South Suffolk MP Tim Yeo is fighting for his political career after his local party refused to re-adopt him as its election candidate.
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The South Suffolk MP, Tim Yeo, has been cleared by a parliamentary watchdog, after allegations he abused his position.
They dismissed claims, by a Sunday newspaper, that Mr Yeo had told undercover reporters he could lobby ministers on behalf of a fake solar technology developer.
The Tory politican will resume his role as leader of the Commons Energy and Climate Change committee next week.
Two budding politicians from the Anglia region have been speaking at the House of Commons.
Jakub Markowski, 15, from Colchester and 17-year-old Rupom Subramanian from Milton Keynes spoke in front of more than 300 young people at this year's Youth Parliament in Westminster.
Both spoke on the issue of the zero tolerance towards bullying in schools.
Plans have been unveiled for a new hub-airport in the Thames estuary, to the east of London, to tackle growing airport capacity problems.
Last year the government set up the UK Airports Commission to look at options for expansion in southern England. Since then bosses at Stansted, Gatwick and Heathrow have expressed their desire to build more runways.
Now, designs for a massive floating airport are in the spotlight. But if it goes ahead, would Stansted miss out? Our Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson reports.
Former Prime Minister Sir John Major has criticised the number of privately educated and wealthy middle-class in the “upper echelons” of power in the UK, which he dubbed "truly shocking".
In a speech at South Norfolk Conservative Association on Friday, Major gave a stinging assessment of social mobility in 21st century Britain, with remarks that will hurt Conservative leader and Old Etonian David Cameron.
"In every single sphere of British influence, the upper echelons of power in 2013 are held overwhelmingly by the privately-educated or the affluent middle class.
"To me, from my background, I find that truly shocking."
However, the former Conservative Prime Minister levelled the blame for the collapse in social mobility with previous Labour governments, who left a "Victorian divide between stagnation and aspiration".
North East Cambridgeshire MP Steve Barclay has spoken out against plans for a 900 acre solar farm in the Fens.
Speaking during a Westminster debate he said the £280 million project is concerning local residents.
He also called on developers to focus on brownfield sites not prime agricultural land.
Norwich South MP Simon Wright is calling on the County Council to stop the Norfolk Pension Fund investing in the tobacco industry.
Mr Wright says it contradicts the council's policy of promoting public health.
The council says it understands his concerns and is waiting for guidance from the Government.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been in Cambridge visiting a nursery and talking about recent government policies to introduce free childcare for some two year olds.
The move aims to support parents to go back to work after they have children.
But, as Tanya Mercer has been finding out, many families are still struggling to meet child care needs. This report contains flash photography.