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Love Island is, quite simply, appalling, and not even in a funny way. Yet somehow it is utterly addictive. Why?

Last week's was a bit too easy we fear - this week could be a tougher nut to crack, just like the Tory leadership race.

We think this one is your best ever chance of getting 15/15. See how you do?

James Marston suggests that by refusing to listen to people whose views he disagrees with, Jeremy Corbyn would struggle as leader

The protesters are out in force for the visit of President Trump. But, says Liz Nice, not letting him come would be a missed opportunity...

Will it be a triumphant turn around or an ignominious defeat for you in the quiz this week?

David Henshall on the horrific profusion of facial hair that seems to be everywhere these days

James Marston says it's time for a referendum. And for the two main parties to sort their lives out - or face becoming extinct

The country has spoken in the elections and the major parties have paid the price of not listening - again. Liz Nice says if they don't act now, a very scary Farage-inspired future awaits us

Sharon Morrison thinks there should be no judgements on what the over 60s wear. Do you agree?

Phillip Ainsworth is Chief Executive of the Suffolk Agricultural Association, based at Trinity Park, Ipswich. He joined the Association in January 2016 having spent the previous 18 years or so in the NHS. Whilst the Association is best known for delivering the Annual Suffolk Show, (the largest event of its kind in Suffolk) it also provides a number of educational activities for school children helping them to learn about food, drink, farming and the wider countryside. Trinity Park also welcomes many other visitors through the year to other events, many of which are organised for fundraising purposes by other charities. Phillip talks to Gina Long, MBE

Steve Anglesey finds out how Harry, Duke of Grafton, came to bring the much loved Red Rooster festival to the grounds of Euston Hall...

Your chance to win a £50 gardening voucher and the glory of having the best East Anglian garden!

Will you be resigned to your fate this week or celebrating all that you have achieved?

Our ethics expert, Robin Herne, from West Suffolk College, considers a reader's concern that Jeremy Kyle has been made a scapegoat...

Liz Nice is a huge Line of Duty fan. But she isn't so keen on a crime drama when it happens to be her own...

Happy Eurovision! But will you be getting nul points this week?

Nick Richards checked out the new Shane Meadows series on Channel 4 last night

It's sad to say goodbye to Doris Day but, says James Marston, it's not really the big issue of the day, is it?

Of course Ulrika Jonsson is making a fuss about the menopause, making a fuss is what she does. But, says Liz Nice, on this occasion, it's a good thing.

Well, it's Royal baby week - but will you be as happy as Harry and Meghan by the end of the quiz?

In his weekly column, James Marston muses on the new royal name and the Historic Vehicle Run in Felixstowe

James Marston says local politicians tend to be good people generally. So what's gone wrong in national Government?

The quest for the truth about H remains unsolved. Liz Nice is getting frustrated. Contains spoilers

Mark Murphy has heartfelt memories of his days as a budding Bodie and Doyle

Sharon Morrison is fed up of certain subjects being unmentionable for the over 60s. So, she's gone for it this time. Should she even be talking about why sex can hold less of an appeal as we get older? Let us know...

How will you do with this week's pub quiz? Can you get 15/15 this week?

Do you know your Caddy from your Balaclava Man? Take our Line of Duty quiz to find out

It's just a TV show, right? And yet is has taken over our emotions to such an extent, Liz Nice is wondering if we will ever be quite the same again

The Line of Duty arrest of Ted Hastings, perpetrated by his friends and colleagues Kate Fleming and Steve Arnott, shows how difficult it is to be believed in once the first accusation is thrown, even if you have previously never put a foot wrong, says Liz Nice

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