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In this week's Standard
7:30am Friday 8th February 2013 in News
IN THIS week’s Standard Bernard Jenkin says he will tell Parliament the danger of the A120 junction and a Lawford man plays a part in discovering the Richard III skeleton.
The family of Charles Reader speak out as the driver of the car which collided with him is released from bail without charge.
A popular cafe in the community will close in August and The Standard discovers £135,000 of Section 106 money is sitting in council coffers.
Diesel spills into the river Stour and a cyclist waits for nearly an hour and a half in the road for an ambulance.
There’s a picture special as Harwich remembers the 1953 flood.
Plus all your sport and entertainment news.