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The Duchess of Cambridge gets a Royal welcome in Holt at EACH store

The Duchess of Cambridge opened the new EACH charity shop in Holt on Friday morning.

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Two former ministers from East Anglia speak out over Osborne disability welfare cuts plan

Two former ministers have raised concerns about the Chancellor’s disability cuts plans.

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Kate: Next time I’ll bring William

The Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed her visit to Holt so much she promised to bring her husband, Prince William, with her next time.

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A look inside Norfolk’s £1m-plus large country houses

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