Dairy farmers from the East of England will be attending a national summit in Westminster today (Wednesday 11 July).
Bedfordshire farmer and President of the National Farmers' Union Peter Kendall will address the meeting together with Cambridgeshire MP and Agriculture Minister Jim Paice.
Dairy farmers are worried that they're being forced to accept less money from their milk by some retailers.
They say many producers will be forced out of the industry.
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has confirmed Government plans to boost employee-owned businesses.
The future of Lotus cars will be discussed in parliament. The Norfolk based sports car maker was owned by Proton but has now been taken over by another Malaysian company.
Senior managers at the new owners say they haven't decided what to do with Lotus.
The debate will will be lead by South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon. He's calling on the Prime Minister to ensure that Lotus remains a going concern in Norfolk.
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