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Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has announced that he will not be seeking re-election when his term ends in 2020.

Lorne Green, who defeated independent Stephen Bett t…

More fires hit Norfolk | Latest Dereham News – Dereham Times

PUBLISHED: 21:37 22 July 2018 | UPDATED: 22:02 22 July 2018

Straw bales on fire between Ranworth and South Walsham. Photo: Ian Thompson
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Reports of fires being set deliberately have piled more pressure on the fire service this weekend…

Energy price cap: Spam overload feared under plans to shake up …

Households could be inundated with unsolicited sales pitches from energy providers after the industry watchdog proposed forcing companies to open up their databases to rival suppliers. The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) announced a shake-up of the energy industry to drive down prices in a sector it says is collectively overcharging Britain s households by 1.7bn a year. It proposed a price cap to stop Big Six suppliers, such as British Gas, from charging excessive amounts to the four million households on pre-payment meters.

It also wants to force them to share information on those customers who have been on expensive default standard variable tariffs for three years or more, so that rivals can attempt to lure them away with lower prices. Read more Millions of households could have gas and electricity prices cut Customers on standard variable tariffs, which account for 70 per cent of UK households, could save an average of 300 a year by switching to an alternative supplier. This is because after signing up to a relatively cheap fixed-term deal of one to three years when they first signed to the supplier, they have since been moved on to a higher-rate default standard-rate tariff.

But despite the good intention of the database proposal, financial advisers are concerned that it could mean households are bombarded with offers from rival energy suppliers that could leave them feeling even more confused. There s almost a feeling that if you haven t switched to a new provider within three years you ll be punished with spam, said Martin Lewis, founder of the MoneySavingExpert.com price comparison website. I m getting tweets from all over the place from people who are worried about this.

The risk is that if everybody shouts at them, people will just put their fingers in their ears, he said. Richard Neudegg, head of regulation at the uSwitch.com comparison site, said: Proposals to share data between providers are well intentioned but could lead to consumers being inundated with unsolicited marketing material. This risks further confusion among customers, particularly the most vulnerable, and could also raise data privacy issues.

UK news in pictures 1/30 10 March 2016 Prince Charles, Prince of Wales with Vladimir Jurowski after awarding him Doctor of Music as he attends the Royal College of Music s music awards in London 2/30 9 March 2016 Students march past Oriel College at Oxford University, as they call for the removal of a statue mounted on the college building of British imperialist Cecil Rhodes. The statue of 19th century politician Cecil Rhodes on the front of Oriel College, Oxford, is the subject of a call by students in the city to be taken down, as it glorifies British colonialism 3/30 8 March 2016 The sunrise over Bingham, Nottinghamshire, as signs of spring will start to show at the end of this week with climbing temperatures across the UK 4/30 7 March 2016 A lorry of dinosaurs is unloaded at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park near Ashford, Kent, as the final shipment arrives from Germany to be placed in the park as a permanent display featuring 103 anatomically correct replica dinosaurs opening this Easter 5/30 6 March 2016 The Central Street Cookery School in London hosts free baking classes to celebrate Mother s day. Run in collaboration with Stork and hosted by food blogger Jemma Lloyd, the classes teaches budding star bakers how to make a cake for their mum 6/30 5 March 2016 Police and fans clash outside the ground before the match between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal, in London 7/30 4 March 2016 Children play during a photo call with a Spitfire at the National Museum of Flight in East Lothian, ahead of the 80th anniversary of the first Spitfire flight which took place on 5 March 1936.

National Museums Scotland has announced the reopening date for two of the National Museum of Flight s aircraft hangars following their 3.6 million restoration and redevelopment. The Second World War hangars will reopen on Good Friday, 25 March, with displays telling the story of military and civilian aviation history 8/30 3 March 2016 Sir Chris Hoy and Michael Rosen take part in World Book Day at Discover Childrens Story Centre in London 9/30 2 March 2016 A woman walks through colourful smoke bombs, an artwork created by artist Filippo Minelli in Somerset House s courtyard, London, ahead of their new street art exhibition, Venturing Beyond: Graffiti and the Everyday Utopias of the Street, which opens to the public tomorrow 10/30 2 March 2016 Conservationist Sarah Pinchin, 41, inspects her teams work on Rubens ceiling painting Apotheosis of James 1st during restoration work at Banqueting House in London, England. The Banqueting House is the only remaining part of the Palace of Whitehall, once the largest Palace in Europe but destroyed by fire in 1698.

Visitors can see the magnificent ceiling painted by Sir Peter Paul Rubens. It is currently being renovated and will re-open to the public on 1 April 2016 11/30 1 March 2016 Demonstraters (left to right) Roy Bard, 56, Claire Glasman, 55, Ariane Sacco and (name not given) chant outside the Supreme Court where judges are to consider appeals over the bedroom tax in London. Also known as under occupancy or the spare room subsidy, the bedroom rax deducts 14% from the benefit of a tenant if they have an unused bedroom 12/30 29 February 2016 Television presenter Laura Jackson (centre left) and Radio 1 DJ Alice Levine (centre right) launch Fairtrade Fortnight 2016, which runs from today until 13 March, by hosting a breakfast on the roof of One New Change in London.

The two-week campaign aims to encourage consumers to share a Fairtrade breakfast with family or friends and wake up to the challenges faced by farmers and workers in developing countries who produce the food we eat for breakfast, but struggle to feed themselves 13/30 29 February 2016 Merlin Entertainment of a 30ft leap year message written in the sand by Lousie Forder, 31, who proposed to her partner Robert Green, 27, in line with the February 29 tradition, at the top of the Blackpool Tower, where she delivered him the message 14/30 28 February 2016 The OUWBC in action during The 2016 Cancer Research UK Boat Race fixture between Oxford University Women s Boat Club and Molesey in London 15/30 27 February 2016 Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks to the crowds from Trafalgar Square after a Stop Trident march though central London 16/30 26 February 2016 The Duke of Kent stands after laying a wreath at the memorial plaque to British servicemen killed in the first Gulf War in the crypt of St Paul s Cathedral in London, following a service to mark the 25th anniversary of the conflict 17/30 25 February 2016 Flying Scotsman officially returns to the East Coast Main Line to launch a season celebrating its return to the track. The iconic locomotive is being showcased alongside Virgin Trains own Flying Scotsman , complete with its brand new interior, at King s Cross station before setting off on its five-hour journey to York 18/30 24 February 2016 Busy Londoners look baffled as their routine commute was disrupted by a sea of people dressed in yellow inflatable suits. The charity HEART UK in partnership with Flora ProActiv has designed the stunt to challenge the issue of elevated cholesterol levels 19/30 23 February 2016 Kevin Haynes, the Horticulture Manager on Taylors Bulbs farm, inspects a field of Tamara daffodils on Taylors Bulbs farm, near Holbeach in eastern England, ahead of Mother s Day 20/30 22 February 2016 Britain s Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, visits the British Army s 1st The Queen s Dragoon Guards regiment at Robertson Barracks in Dereham, East of England 21/30 21 February 2016 London Mayor Boris Johnson delivers a statement to the media regarding his position on the forthcoming EU referendum outside his home in London.

Johnson said he would support a vote for Britain to leave the European Union in a blow for Prime Minister David Cameron ahead of a membership referendum in June 22/30 20 February 2016 David Cameron speaks outside 10 Downing Street in London. Mr Cameron has returned to London after securing a deal following two days of talks with European leaders in Brussels regarding Britain s relationship with the EU. He said the deal will give the United Kingdom special status within the EU.

An in/out referendum on EU membership is expected as early as June this year 23/30 19 February 2016 First Minister Nicola Sturgeon officially opens Scotland s first independent safe deposit box service in Glasgow. Based in the city s south side, Glasgow Vaults has been introduced in response to the major banks withdrawing the service that safeguards people s valuable possessions 24/30 18 February 2016 Snowdrops carpet the ground in the beech wood at Welford Park in Berkshire 25/30 17 February 2016 Rescue teams and a Coastguard helicopter are deployed to the scene of an Avalanche at Creag Meagaidh in Fort William,Scotland. The rescuers had been searching for missing climbers Rachel Slater, 24, and Tim Newton, 27 from Bradford, had been climbing on Ben Nevis over the weekend but were reported missing 26/30 16 February 2016 Visitors enjoy the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society s) Early Spring Fair in London.

Growers from across the UK come together for the show at the RHS Horticultural Halls in Westminster to exhibit their seasonal produce 27/30 15 February 2016 Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson during a visit to Stirling Bull Sales in Scotland. The Scottish Conservatives are targeting disenchanted Labour and Lib Dem voters as they step up campaigning for the Holyrood election. Leader Ruth Davidson is to send out a personal letter to 600,000 people, many of whom have never voted Conservative before, to ask them for support on 5 May 28/30 14 February 2016 Farmer Peter Laidlaw feeds his sheep at Craigannet Farm on the snow covered hills of the Carron Valley in Stirling, Scotland, as snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures sweep the country 29/30 13 February 2016 London celebrates Chinese New Year, the celebrations are the largest outside Asia.

Performers celebrate the Year of the Monkey in London 30/30 12 February 2016 Flocks of geese fly at dawn along the coastline of The Wash near Snettisham in east Britain The CMA has three months to iron out its proposals and experts say there could be ways to keep a lid on the marketing. A limit could be placed on how many messages a customer can receive or a rule could mean they can only be contacted through their existing supplier which may, for example, include letters from rivals when sending out bills. A CMA spokesman said the group is aware of concerns about the database and will take measures to deal with them, such as giving people the option to opt out.

The database will be Ofgem-controlled, only licensed suppliers will have access and their continued access will depend on them complying with strictly controlled criteria on how they communicate with customers, he said. This could mean suppliers offering to save you hundreds of pounds a year and we think that it s a worthwhile offer for customers to hear. The CMA report is the result of an 18-month investigation into the industry.

It met with a mixed reception as some welcomed the decision to help the most vulnerable in society through a prepayment meter price cap while others said the cap should also apply to those on standard tariffs. We have found that the six largest suppliers have learned to take many of their existing customer databases for granted, not just over prices, but with service and quality, said Roger Witcomb, head of the investigation. Yet in those parts of the retail markets where competition is working, customers are benefiting to the tune of hundreds of pounds a year by switching, he added.

Ofgem said it would work closely with the CMA on how to implement its proposals.

Have your say on policing issues in Aylsham

Police commissioner candidate Lorne Green will be joining a team of local Conservative Party activists in Aylsham Market Place on Saturday (March 12) to find out residents concerns and views on policing in the area. Lorne has compiled a 60-second survey which he is taking around the county, the answers to which will help form his campaign and future work as the Police and Crime Commissioner should he be successful in May. He will be joined by Keith Simpson MP and hopefully Chloe Smith and Brandon Lewis.

Lorne is the Conservative candidate for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner. His aim is to improve efficiency and bring the force s technology into the 21 st century. I am going to work very hard to fight crime and stop young people from entering a life of crime, he said.

Mr Green was Canadian diplomat for 30 years, and served in embassies around the world, including Pakistan, Afghanistan, the former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Albania. Lorne s roots in Norfolk go back at least 240 years when the first of his ancestors to leave these shores for the new world set out from Attleborough as part of the British Army sent to quell the American Revolution. Although he served in the Canadian diplomatic service for 30 years, Lorne and his wife Valerie were married in Snettisham more than 40 years ago, have owned a home there for 33 years, two of their three children were born in Norfolk and educated in Norfolk schools.

Lorne was in charge of the Canadian Embassy in Yugoslavia during its period of bloody conflict. He has served on delegations to the United Nations in New York, four years at NATO headquarters in Brussels as part of the Nuclear Planning Group, and for three years was assigned to the Canadian Defence Ministry, with a staff of military and civilian officers, as Director of Nuclear and Arms Control Policy. Subsequently, for 11 years he was Secretary General of the World Nuclear Transport Institute in London.

Over a long career Lorne has dealt with some of the gravest safety and security issues. He has worked shoulder to shoulder with uniformed services and has enormous respect for them. Importantly, throughout his career Lorne had to work hard, and patiently, through listening, and negotiating, to find compromise and consensus among often very opposed interests.

This experience and these attributes equip him to be an effective Police and Crime Commissioner. .

Waitress quit job and earns £9,000 A WEEK as Catherine Duchess …

ROFESSIONAL doppelg nger Heidi Agan, 35, lives in Corby, Northamptonshire, with her children Blake, 14, and Abigail, six When Prince William and Kate announced their engagement in November 2010, I was working as a waitress in my local Frankie & Benny s. PROFESSIONAL doppelg nger Heidi Agan, 35, lives in Corby, Northamptonshire, with her children Blake, 14, and Abigail, six Photo (C) GETTY Kate s face was suddenly everywhere and customers began commenting on how alike we were. I took it as a compliment and didn t think much of it, but by February 2012, 10 months after the royal wedding, diners had begun asking for pictures with me and requesting that I served them.

It got me thinking that there could be money in looking like Kate. I contacted some lookalike agencies, and within a month I got my first job for Gatwick Airport to promote their customer service ahead of the London 2012 Olympics. I studied videos and pictures to learn Kate s mannerisms, such as the way she flicks her hair and moves her mouth, but it was a nerve-racking experience.

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge s 360 sportswear look and how it could be yours Photo (C) PA Even so, I obviously did a good job as by May 2012, I was getting so much work I decided to quit my waitressing job. It was a tough decision and I wasn t sure how long it would last, but it s paid off and I now earn between 500 and 3,000 per job, with around three jobs a week. he Duchess of Cambridge talks to children featured in The Huffington Post s Real Truth video blog as she guest edits the website for the day in a temporary newsroom set up in Kensington Palace.

I have agents around the world, who can get me a corporate meet-and-greet one day and a photo shoot in China the next. My best job was in 2014, when I flew to Australia with a Prince William lookalike to shoot a milk advert. Sitting in business class was a pinch yourself moment!

When Kate wears a new dress, Heidi has to buy it quickly before it sells out Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES When Kate wears a new dress, Heidi has to buy it quickly before it sells out My mum takes care of my kids when I m away. They think what I do is normal now, but when I first started, Abigail was very young and used to see Kate on the TV and think it was me. It takes me two hours to transform myself.

I do my own hair and make-up, and study the changes in Kate s appearance in detail. Recently she s gone from a pink to a peach cheek, and I ve adapted to match. The hardest thing is mimicking her thick hair.

I m not a fan of her fringe, so I haven t had it cut in! I reinvest my earnings in her wardrobe and have many of her LK Bennett outfits, such as her favourite nude courts, which cost about 180. I even had a seamstress make four differently sized bumps for me to wear when Kate s pregnant.

Heidi often works with other royal family lookalikes Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES Heidi often works with other royal family lookalikes Clients often ask what clothes I have, so I keep a list. Whenever she wears something, I buy it before it sells out. I don t have a copy of her wedding dress, but I do have the Alexander McQueen evening gown as it s more versatile!

My gran Hilda, 86, has a replica of Kate s originally Diana s sapphire engagement ring. My grandfather bought it when Charles and Diana married, and when I started doing this work, it was given to me. As well as William lookalikes, I work with other members of the royal family leading Queen lookalike Mary Reynolds is like my honorary nan!

Heidi with a Prince William lookalike Photo (C) GETTY IMAGES My job might sound glamourous, but I ve been trolled online and called a transvestite version of Kate. I ve had death threats on Twitter, but I also have a lovely fan base. The Queen s 90th birthday will bring plenty of work this year, and a baby is always good for business I ve been so busy since Charlotte s birth.

Kate and William s royal careers have only just begun, so I don t think my lookalike work will dry up any time soon! Source: thesun co uk Related Posts Prince Andrew opened the new incubator, which will support the growth of the UK s travel technology industry 1 Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we get a call from our good friend Catherine Duchess of Cambridge who asks, Do you have time to listen to me vent for a few minutes? 2 Labour Pains: Royal fans were tricked by Catherine Duchess of Cambridge lookalike Heidi Agan 3 Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are playing strong role in making money 4 If you thought those people who got up at 3:00 a.m. to watch the royal wedding and buy the first commemorative plates were enthusiastic, think again 5 Is something going on behind the scenes of Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and William s marriage? 6 Watch Video: The Duchess of Cambridge took the 21-month-old, who she called Georgie all day, to Snettisham Park 7 Heidi Agan world s No 1 Catherine Duchess of Cambridge lookalike tells how she has received death threats from trolls 8 Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William meeting with Beyonce & Jay Z 9 Duchess & Prince William Give Australian Girl Guides a Thrill 10 Pregnant Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge Furious with Prince William, After Baby Bump 2 PHOTO? RUMORS 11 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the ultimate in his and hers designer luxury, fit for a (future) king and queen 12 Heidi Agan with lookalikes of Prince William and Queen Elizabeth II, holding the Princess Charlotte doll 13 Oscar-nominated Keira has been showing off her blossoming baby baby belly in stunning designer gowns recently on the red carpet 14 Watch Video: Full Video of Prince William & Kate in Uluru (Sharing Smile) 15 Watch Video: Australia & New Zealand Royal Tour Where Will It Take Will and Kate 16 Watch Video Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge try DJing in Adelaide FUNNY VIDEO! 17 Watch Video: What Prince George is doing in excitement? 18 Watch Video: Top 5 Hero Moments: Duchess of Cambridge Prince William and Prince Harry 19 The Duchess of Cambridge is renowned for her frugal ways when it comes to fashion but it seems her eye for a bargain applies to Christmas presents as well 20 The royal Duchess of Cambridge lives by the ABC rule: no alcohol, bread or processed carbohydrates 21 Some of the cutest moments of baby belly 22 Duchess of Cambridge beautiful Heart Touching Bracelets & Watches 23 Eyes never lies: Duke and Duchess love for each other (Images Collections) 24 Related Royals visit after 8 years to Moose Jaw!

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New digital road signs warn of flooding along North Norfolk …

Press release New digital road signs warn of flooding along North Norfolk coast From: Environment Agency 1 First published: 26 February 2016 Four digital road signs to warn of tidal flooding are being installed in Hunstanton, Heacham and Snettisham next week. Sunset at Heacham The Environment Agency has been working with the Borough Council of King s Lynn and West Norfolk and the Norfolk Local Resilience Forum to improve how we warn and inform the public of tidal flooding. The new LED signs will be brighter, more visible to motorists and provide timely information to residents and visitors.

They replace 4 manually updated signs that were installed in 2005. The signs will be illuminated when tidal flood alerts and flood warnings are issued, and provide information on high water time and when evacuation is necessary. These signs complement the Environment Agency s existing free flood warning service that anyone can register for.

Sadia Moeed, Operations Manager of the Environment Agency, said: The new signs are a great addition to our flood warning service and how we warn and inform members of the public to potential tidal flooding. The up to date information and improved visibility is a great benefit for the local community and visitors to the area who may not be aware of the flood risk. You can check to see if you are at risk of flooding or to register for the flood warning service visit www.gov.uk/flood 2 or call Floodline Warnings Direct on 0345 988 1188.

The Environment Agency also has a SMART phone App called Flood Alert which you can download for free to your phone or via Facebook.

You can also follow the regional Twitter account at www.twitter.com/EnvAgencyAnglia 3 for updates throughout the year.

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