Anglia Late Edition is the regional politics programme for the East of England presented by political correspondent Emma Hutchinson.
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This month's progamme looks at the financial crisis at Northamptonshire County Council, progress on Brexit and the legacy of Stephen Hawking.
The Conservative leader of Northamptonshire County Council, Cllr Heather Smith, resigned after a damning report from government inspectors criticised it for failing to manage its budget for a number of years.
The report says the situation has become so serious that a fresh start is needed with the council scrapped and potentially replaced with two new unitary authorities.
That would also see the end of district councils in the county.
The programme also discussed the progress on Brexit as the UK works with the European Union over a trade deal.
The Fisheries Minister was in Lowestoft to pledge that Brexit would be: "A great opportunity to take back control of our own fishing supplies".
George Eustice was speaking to fishing, offshore and environmental leaders. He promised that leaving the European Union would revive a foundering industry.
Emma was joined in the studio by three politicians from the Anglia region
- Peter Bone has been the Conservative MP for Wellingborough since 2015
- Sandy Martin has been the Labour MP for Ipswich since 2017
- Baroness Sal Brinton is the President of the Liberal Democrats
The programme also paid tribute to Cambridge academic and scientist Professor Stephen Hawking who died this week at the age of 76.