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Jessica Howard at Norwich Crown Court for the sentencing of rapist Clive Howard (no relation). 
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‘Because of you my body is now worthless to me’ - victim of rapist Clive Howard describes her torment

A UEA student who was raped by a serial sex attacker in a car park next to Norwich Crown Court has described how her life has been ruined.

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File photo dated 06/05/10 of the polling station at Market Hall in Swadlincote, Derbyshire. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Sunday March 22, 2015. It may be a plain black box but it holds the nation's future. And it symbolises a key principle of our democracy - that the vote should be secret. Other nations, including some in the third world, have introduced new technology to their democratic systems in the form of voting machines. But, despite some trials in contests for councils and devolved assemblies, the mechanics of Britain's General Election polling system is little changed from more than 140 years ago when the secret ballot came in. The price of sticking to tradition is that while other states know who has won the election within minutes of close of poll, we sometimes have to wait until well into the next day - or later. Ballot boxes were introduced in 1872, five years after the second

Mid Norfolk candidates quizzed at Dereham Memorial Hall

Food banks, immigration, foreign aid and the health service were all discussed at a hustings in Dereham.

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Wonga logo. Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Wonga set to slump into the red

Payday lender Wonga is expected to slump into the red when it publishes full-year results this week.

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