Over 10,000 people sign the petition against government cuts to the ambulance service in north Norfolk.
Health Minister Norman Lamb supported cutting funding for the NHS which has led to fewer ambulances in the district. Hundreds urged him to rethink.
The Leader of the Labour Party, Ed Miliband, praised Act on Ambulances campaigners in north Norfolk.
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Act on Ambulances campaigners have welcomed the University of East Anglia's commitment to running a Paramedic Science Degree.
The East of England Ambulance Service Trust have announced they will increase ambulance cover in Norfolk - with a new ambulance based in Cromer.
Act on Ambulances comment on the latest criticism from the Care Quality Commission and the resignation of the interim chairman.
Campaigners are calling on the ambulance trust to reconsider using Community First Responders in statistics to show a true picture of response times.
Campaigners have expressed dismay at the news that failings at the East of England ambulance service could have contributed to nearly 60 deaths since 2010.
Act on Ambulances campaigners have expressed their condolences after a popular 26-year-old north Norfolk man was left waiting two hours for an ambulance.
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