Freezing fog patches again overnight and tomorrow morning.Read the full story ›
Norfolk Police are warning drivers to try to avoid the Southern Bypass after crashes on both the East and West bound carriageways.
Norwich is being hit by power surges which are causing problems in shops and offices.
People have been tweeting about problems in Castle Mall and at the Odeon cinema.
At ITV Anglia four power surges caused glitches in computer systems.
Police say there are also reports of some traffic lights failing.
UK Power Networks say there's a supply problem in Albion Way near the Norwich City football ground which engineers are working to restore, but they were not aware of problems elsewhere.
We are aware that a number of traffic lights around the Martineau Lane area have failed. Highways have been updated. #norfolkroads
Power cut castle mall. No tills working in shops....
Power cut while I'm waiting at the barrier for the car park haha excellent
There's been a power cut at Odeon ffs
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Areas of freezing fog, some dense, are expected to form again during Tuesday evening and last into Wednesday morning across the Anglia region.
The Met Office is warning the fog will become more widespread through the night, with icy patches on untreated roads and paths an additional hazard. Travelling conditions will be difficult with journeys likely to take longer than usual and delays to air travel are possible.
The Lord Chancellor Elizabeth Truss has issued a statement following the Supreme Court judgment on Article 50.
The 11 justices of the Supreme Court heard evidence over four days in December 2016 before handing down their judgement today (24 January 2017).
The Lord Chancellor, MP for South West Norfolk, called the justices “people of integrity and impartiality”, and pledged that the government will respect the decision of the highest court in the country.
Our independent judiciary is the cornerstone of the rule of law and is vital to our constitution and our freedoms. The reputation of our judiciary is unrivalled the world over, and our Supreme Court justices are people of integrity and impartiality.
While we may not always agree with judgments, it is a fundamental part of any thriving democracy that legal process is followed. The government has been clear that it will respect the decision of the court.
The Met Office is warning that freezing fog may linger across the region until late morning in some places.
It says fog will be a hazard on roads, and that ice will also be a problem for drivers and pedestrians.
It's issued a yellow warning covering the whole region.
The Duchess of Cambridge will visit East Anglia's Children's Hospice (EACH) in Quidenham, NorfolkRead the full story ›