Police and security services have been patrolling the area ahead of his four-day visit to the UK.Read the full story ›
Ahead of Donald Trump's visit to the UK, here are some interesting facts that you might not have known before.Read the full story ›
Extra police will be stationed at Stansted Airport today as President Trump flies in.
As with previous presidential visits, Airforce One will land at the Essex terminal.
Low-flying aircraft will also be banned at various times around the airport on the grounds of security.
There is just a few hours to go until England take on Croatia in their World Cup semi-final game in Russia.Read the full story ›
An Essex diver who helped rescue 12 children and their coach trapped in a cave in Thailand is heading home.Read the full story ›
Police across Norfolk and Suffolk are urging football fans tonight to keep up their excellent behaviour.Read the full story ›
A Hertfordshire van company has been paying tribute to the England squad ahead of tonight's semi-final.Read the full story ›
The Three Lions take on Croatia tonight for a place in the final against France on Sunday.Read the full story ›
The Labour MP for Luton South, Gavin Shuker, has questioned the Prime Minister over President Donald Trump's forthcoming visit to Britain.
Asking about the 2,000 children of immigrants locked up in cages in the United States, Mr Shuker asked Theresa May: "What does this man have to do to have the invitation she had extended revoked?"
Mrs May replied that the way the children were being treated was wrong but it was right to able to sit down and discuss issues with the President.
Norfolk-based car maker Lotus has announced that Jean-Marc Gales, its Chief Executive Officer, is standing down.
He's being replaced by Feng Qingfeng from the car firm's parent company Geely Auto Group.
Jean-Marc Gales, who the company says is leaving "for personal reasons", will become Chief Strategic Advisor to the Lotus Chairman, Daniel Donghui LI.
Geely acquired a majority holding in Lotus, which is based at Hethel near Norwich, last year. The company also owns Volvo Cars, Proton and the London Electric Vehicle Company.