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SuffolkNews podcast: Suffolk MPs speak out ahead of vote of confidence in Prime Minister Boris Johnson

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In today's podcast, we have the story of the Suffolk MPs who have spoken out ahead of the vote of confidence in Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Tom Hunt, James Cartlidge and Thérèse Coffey have offered their support to the Prime Minister ahead of the vote in Westminster this evening.

All three said Boris Johnson had got the 'big calls right' and called upon their colleagues to support the Conservative party leader.

The Ipswich MP, Tom Hunt, added: "It’s my view that it will be the people that determine the outcome of all of this and the Prime Minister’s fate, at an election."

MPs will be voting in Westminster between 6pm and 8pm this evening.

Two teenagers have been remanded in custody following a stabbing in Ipswich which left a man with serious injuries.

Two 16-year-old boys were set to appear at Suffolk Magistrates' Court today after being charged in connection with the incident in Upper Brook Street on Thursday evening.

Court officials said the two boys had appeared there today, and they were subsequently remanded in custody for further hearings at the youth court this Thursday and next Thursday.

A boy was taken to hospital after suffering a leg injury at a skatepark.

Emergency services, including an air ambulance, were called to Olding Road, in Bury St Edmunds, at around 3.20pm on Saturday afternoon.

The child was taken to West Suffolk Hospital by land ambulance.