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Ed Balls: 'Corbyn needs to go for the sake of the country'

Norwich City chairman Ed Balls says it's 'essential' that Angela Eagle challenges Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour leadership.

Eagle will officially announce her bid on Monday but current leader Corbyn insists he's not going anywhere - despite a vote of no confidence being passed by the party's MPs last month.

Former shadow chancellor Balls told ITV's Peston on Sunday that there needs to be a change for the good of the country.

"I'm afraid the conclusion is that Jeremy Corbyn can't do the job," he said.

"There's got to be a change. I think it's not just necessary for Labour, I think it's necessary for the country."

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Community show their support for victims of Norwich arson attack

Video report by ITV News Anglia's Andy Ward

People have been showing their support for a Romanian family in Norwich, whose shop was targeted in an arson attack on Thursday.

Today, people gathered outside and placed paper hearts with personal messages on the boarded windows.

Police appeal after arson attack at eastern European shop in Norwich

Police were alerted to the incident at the Village Shop in Magdalen Street at around 3am Credit: ITV News Anglia

The Norwich Criminal Investigation Department are continuing to work with members of Norfolk Fire Service following an arson attack at a shop in Norwich.

It happened at the 'The Village Shop' in Magdalen Street at around 3am this morning.

Officers discovered an unknown individual had thrown a brick through the front door window before starting a small fire.

Officers would like to speak to anyone who believes they have information relating to what happened. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Two people were in a flat attached to the premises at the time, but were unharmed.

The fire has caused a small amount of damage to stock and front window has also been broken.

The incident is being treated as arson and the motivation for the incident is currently unclear.

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Norwich's register office moves to new location

Norwich's register office Churchman House which opened as a registry office in the 1990s is closing its doors for the last time at the end of today.

The office is leaving the grade II listed building on Bethel Street and re-locating to the Archive Centre next to County Hall on Monday 11th July.

The Centre will hold early bird register office weddings and civil partnerships at this location, with larger weddings and civil partnerships carried out at Norwich Castle in the Benefactor's Room.

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