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Cambridge Independent Team

The Cambridge Independent website is published by Iliffe Media Group. The editor is Paul Brackley - paul.brackley@iliffemedia.co.uk

Our aim is to offer a high quality, trustworthy, useful and entertaining service to the community of Cambridge and its surrounding region.

We know that Cambridge is a wonderful place to live and work. We are keen to celebrate it and work with the community and businesses that call it home.

We aim to reflect the interests, concerns and views of the people who live here by creating distinctive, intelligent editorial, while offering effective advertising solutions.

Politically neutral, the Cambridge Independent is positive and supportive of its community, encouraging interaction and engagement with its audience by being thought provoking and a trusted source of local information.

Cambridge Independent Press was first established as a newspaper in 1815 and was published until 1981.

The Iliffe family, which published the title for many years, has re-established the Cambridge Independent in 2016 to provide community-focused content in print and online.

It continues the Iliffe family’s tradition of publishing in Cambridge that stretches back decades.

The Iliffe Media team is based at the Iliffe Print building in Milton, to the north of Cambridge, where the Cambridge Independent is printed.

The team also writes, designs and prints niche publications to serve the community.

We welcome your feedback, your stories and your interest. You can get in touch with us by visiting our Contact Us page.


Ethics policy

Maintaining high editorial standards is at the very heart of everything we do at the Cambridge Independent on a daily basis.

The company is a member of and is regulated by IPSO, the Independent Press Standards Organisation.

All of our journalists work according to The Editors’ Code of Practice, which sets the benchmark for ethical standards in journalism and is enforced by IPSO.

Our journalists are highly trained and we require them to complete a qualification from the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) before joining the company, or, in the case of our in-house apprenticeship scheme, we offer training which ultimately results in an NCTJ qualification , giving a range of career opportunities.

We expect our staff to use their best endeavours to verify the stories being put forward for publication.

Journalists have an obligation under IPSO’s Editors’ Code of Practice to protect their sources, but we also have a duty to establish that the sources we use are reliable and that material has been appropriately obtained. Story provenance is ultimately the responsibility of the Editor.

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