The row blew up on Twitter after a motorist posted a short video showing Braintree MP James Cleverly and a damaged vehicle at junction 8
Visit East of England chief Pete Waters accuses council of risking thousands of jobs by delaying final approval for Stansted Airport expansion
The Irish budget airline and BALPA, the British Airline Pilots' Association, are at loggerheads
The aim is longer opening hours, a wider range of health services – such as physios and pharmacists – and better links to community support
Dr Prag Moodley said: “It costs the NHS much more money than it would cost someone to buy them from a shop or pharmacy."
Matthew Richardson, from North Weald, died from his injuries after the incident on the A1060 Chelmsford Road late at night on Thursday August 8
Service in the rain at Castle Gardens war memorial marked 50th anniversary of troops being deployed on the streets of Northern Ireland
And Greek cafe and deli Nostimo has moved into the town centre while Penny & Lou cafe has opened in the old Fishy Biz premises
Londoner parked in a disabled bay in Apton Road car park and displayed a blue badge belonging to her mother when her mum was not with her, court told
Entertainment and activities at the South Street venue on Sunday August 25 will include a DJ and live music
The decision comes after Wiggly Willow has had to turn down businesses' offers to adopt it as their charity of the year because it's not a charity
Premises in town urged to join scheme so vulnerable people can find a safe space to contact a parent, carer or support worker if they feel in trouble
First there was the blog, then the Indie column... now Stortford's Julie Walker has had The Parkinality Poetry Book published
Around 500 children flocked to Bishop's Stortford College for the five-day extravaganza of activities.