Anglia Late Edition discusses the problems in the NHS, this extra-long election campaign and if we need a new British constitution.Read the full story ›
A Conservative councillor on Tendring District Council in Essex has defected to UKIP.
Anthony Calbourne has been a councillor for 12 years and says he believes the country needs a change, both nationally and locally.
Tendring is the area of NE Essex around Harwich and Clacton. Douglas Carswell won the Clacton by-election in October 2014 after defecting from the Conservatives to UKIP.
He is the sixth person to move to UKIP in the Anglia region in the past few days.
Anglia Late Edition covers the Chancellor's Autumn Statement and how all the projects announced in the Eastern Counties will be financed.Read the full story ›
Anglia Late Edition looks at the health of the NHS and calls for greater spending on transport in the region in December's Autumn Statment.Read the full story ›
Anglia Late Edition tackled immigration and the EU in the wake of Ukip's victory for Douglas Carswell in Clacton.Read the full story ›
This programme looking at strikes, how the Tour de France boosted the local economy and Lady Trumpington on codes, cuddles and gameshows.Read the full story ›
Alastair Stewart presents Anglia Late Edition - political debate and discussion covering issues in the East of England.Read the full story ›
Some have said it's the biggest change in police accountabilty for nearly 200 years as on Thursday we all get to vote for new Police and Crime Commissioners.
Each police force will get one and they'll set crime-fighting priorities and budgets against a background of police cuts. There are four candidates standing in Suffolk.
The county has one of the smaller forces with nearly 1,200 police officers. It has a higher crime rate than either Essex or Norfolk with 61 crimes per 1,000 population. The Constabulary costs £166 each for every man, woman and child in Suffolk.