ITV News Anglia Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson reflects on a vigorous five week election campaign to come in the Anglia region.Read the full story ›
Council tax payers across our region are set to see their bills go up in April as local authorities face pressure to balance their budgets.Read the full story ›
Our Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson investigates what happens next if there's a hung parliament.Read the full story ›
Our Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson looks at what implications the exit poll could have for us in the East.Read the full story ›
The Labour leader has told ITV News Anglia's Emma Hutchinson he will take "full responsibility" for a win at the upcoming General Election.Read the full story ›
There will be plenty of demands on the Chancellor from his first Budget. So what are MPs in our region hoping might be in his red box?Read the full story ›
The family of an Essex man who took his own life in prison say they'll keep fighting to stop others suffering in the same way.
Dean Saunders from Basildon was found dead in his cell at Chelmsford prison in January 2016. He was been suffering from mental health problems.
His family has now met the Justice Secretary and Norfolk MP Liz Truss after an inquest last month found serious failings with his care at the prison.
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MPs have been debating whether to change the law to increase the punishment for those who attack police dogs or horses.
Calls for the so-called 'Finn's law' come after a Hertfordshire police dog was stabbed and badly injured last month in Stevenage while chasing a suspect alongside his handler PC Dave Wardell.
Today's debate was led by Northamptonshire MP David Mackintosh.