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Cost of family holidays could go up if Britain leaves EU says PM

David Cameron at Luton Airport

Leaving the European Union would put up the cost of a family holiday by more than 200 pounds according to the prime minister.

David Cameron has been in the region today visiting what he's described as a great British success story. He was at Luton Airport speaking to EasyJet staff at their headquarters.

He used the visit to issue another warning about the economic impact leaving the EU could have - something the leave campaign disagrees with.

Here's a report by our political correspondent Emma Hutchinson:

Hard-hitting film spells out concerns of ambulance crews

Video report by ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers

A hard-hitting film highlighting the stress suffered by ambulance crews in the East has been released as they prepare to ballot over industrial action.

The film by the health service union 'Unison' features staff struggling to cope with the aftermath of traumatic call outs, saying they're worried their stress could impact on the safety of patients.

But the East of England Ambulance Service has responded saying it's planning to recruit more staff and has urged crews not to vote to take action.

Police investigating missing Natalie Hemming say a body has been found

Natalie Hemming has been missing for three weeks. Credit: Thames Valley Police

The family of a missing woman from Milton Keynes has been told a body has been found in a wood in Hertfordshire.

31-year-old Natalie Hemming hasn't been seen for three weeks after going missing from her home in Newton Leys, Milton Keynes.

Her partner Paul Hemming, 42, has appeared in court charged with her murder.

A member of the public called the police after finding the body of a woman in woodland at Toms Hill, Chandlers Cross at 11am on Sunday.

Thames Valley Police said the identity of the woman is unknown, and formal identification processes will have to be undertaken, but Natalie's family has been informed.


Film star among photos of American servicemen in our region on new website

James Stewart

A new website featuring a unique collection of over 30,000 documents, including photographs and letters created and collected by the veterans of the Second Air Division has gone online.

It portrays the huge commitment made by the American Air Force in our region. Film star James Stewart was among the American servicemen.

Here's a link to the website


We have been talking to Libby Morgan, a librarian at the Second Air Division Memorial Library in Norwich:

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