Louis de Bernières is a British writer. His latest book is The Dust That Falls From Dreams
Alice Jones looks back at Colman's best roles, as the celebrated actress turns 42 today
Despite the efforts of scientists and detectives the identity of a body found in the village of Cockley Cley remains a mystery
The whale died at 11pm on Friday after rescue efforts to release it into deeper water failed
Locals take to social media to blast the union's decision and post pictures of themselves wearing the hats
Repairing or improving flood defences is so expensive that areas of countryside which are still under water could be deserted, says Environment Agency
Debit cards are losing their appeal in foreign climes as more banks withdraw fee-free deals, reports Chiara Cavaglieri
The Canaries are on a dreadful run, compounded by defeat to Fulham in the FA Cup
Darren Bent had given Fulham the lead in the 40th minute only for Snodgrass to equalise on the stroke of half-time
Norfolk chef’s death from brain haemorrhage may be linked to long wait for transport to hospital
Thieves have stolen a hive full of hibernating bees from a quiet community garden
Hundreds of seal pups which had been feared dead after a tidal surge hit the east coast of Britain have been found alive and well.
DfE says 'results in a minority of sponsored academies remain stubbornly low'
Roots, the central work in Arnold Wesker's 1950s trilogy, refuses to be rushed and keeps you waiting two and half hours for a turning-point. But the cumulative power of the piece is quietly devastating, as is decisively demonstrated now by this loving, meticulous and beautifully acted revival by James Macdonald. Written in the Norfolk dialect, the play tells the story of a young woman, Beatie Bryant, who returns to her glum family of farm labourers and tries to groom them for the impending visit of her “intellectual” London boyfriend Ronnie (the East End Jewish poet of Chicken Soup With Barley). She browbeats them with Ronnie's thoughts about art and politics by repeating them parrot-fashion and only finds her own voice in a climactic surge after a calamity the audience may have started to anticipate.
Deputy chief whip John Randall announced his resignation from Government last night, ahead of an expected ministerial reshuffle by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Police have confirmed a man has been arrested in connection with the death of patient James May