Over 8000 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 local ambulance service trust has unveiled a 'turnaround plan' which has been cautiously welcomed - but campaigners are looking for action now.
New figures come as reports reveal Bank Holiday weekend chaos across the NHS, with our nearest hospital erecting a major incident tent to deal with A&E.
Campaigners have branded the findings of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) report into the East of England Ambulance Service Trust as “completely unacceptable”.
Campaigners express their concern about a "hurried" announcement by the ambulance trust, after it was revealed not one 'extra' ambulances was in action.
The Act on Ambulances campaign was featured in tonight's ITV Anglia report looking at the latest u-turn on ambulance cuts in Norfolk and East Anglia.
Labour have welcomed an announcement today that a number of ambulances have been returned to the region that were initially earmarked to be cut.
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