Following the launch of the UK Life Science Industrial Strategy in 2011, the Life Science sector has been going from strength to strength.
For too long the A47 – the clogged east to west trade artery linking the Suffolk and Norfolk coast across Norfolk to the Midlands – has been a symptom of our part of the world being treated by Brussels and Whitehall as a “rural backwater”.
Embracing innovation and new technology in our NHS has the potential to transform patient experience and drive huge efficiency savings.
With an elderly population and the rising costs of new drugs, healthcare is set to be the main public policy challenge of our time.
Thursday 4th May 2017How to register for a Postal Vote
As we approach the County Elections on Thursday 4th May 2017, many constituents are asking how they register for a postal vote. The cut-off date to register is 13th April 2017.
If you live in Breckland
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