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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The chief executive of the region’s ambulance service has confirmed what campaigners have been saying for the last 18 months.
Act on Ambulances campaigners have expressed their disappointment that North Norfolk is still seen as the worst area for ambulance response times.
Act on Ambulances campaigners have criticised the "golden goodbye" deal which could have seen executives at Norfolk's Primary Care Trusts pocket over £1.2m.
Denise Burke from the Act on Ambulances campaign in North Norfolk talks about the latest failings of recruitment at the East of England Ambulance Service Trust.
The net total of new paramedics recruited this year by the East of England Ambulance Service Trust was just 7 - despite the trust pledging 224 more.
Denise Burke, a leading ambulance campaigner, met Andrew Morgan of the East of England Ambulance Trust to discuss the future of our ambulance service.
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