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Paul Kirkley: Could city of dons become Gove-opolis?

Paul Kirkley: Could city of dons become Gove-opolis?

Paul Kirkley: Could city of dons become Gove-opolis?

06 April 2024

Paul Kirkley: On the changing face of Cambridge, living in a construction zone, daily showers and a hideous statue.


Eastern Powerhouse: Replace failed Local Plan system with a spatial strategy for the East of England

Eastern Powerhouse: Replace failed Local Plan system with a spatial strategy for the East of England

Eastern Powerhouse: Replace failed Local Plan system with a spatial strategy for the East of England

05 April 2024

Opinion | James Palmer, chair of Eastern Powerhouse, says a spatial strategy would use Cambridge as a catalyst to develop the whole region.


Six Inches of Soil premier sows seed of hope with food warning

Six Inches of Soil premier sows seed of hope with food warning

Six Inches of Soil premier sows seed of hope with food warning

05 April 2024

Review of independent film by Cambridge-based Dragonlight Films puts spotlight on regenerative agriculture.


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Tutors are busier than ever as parents seek support

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Tutors are busier than ever as parents seek support

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Tutors are busier than ever as parents seek support

26 March 2024

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Phil Rodgers – Consultations in Greater Cambridge: Are they working?

Phil Rodgers – Consultations in Greater Cambridge: Are they working?

Phil Rodgers – Consultations in Greater Cambridge: Are they working?

24 March 2024

Opinion | Our political commentator explores the regular stream of consultations.


Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

20 March 2024

How can we make food healthier for everyone – even when you can’t afford posh sourdough loaves? Giles Yeo explains ahead of the Cambridge Festival

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Paul Kirkley: Bare Minimum Britain is falling asunder

Paul Kirkley: Bare Minimum Britain is falling asunder

Paul Kirkley: Bare Minimum Britain is falling asunder

09 March 2024

Paul Kirkley: On #Broken Britain, a council four-day week trial, 20mph speed limits, and more deranged comments by the government.

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Everything to gain from inspiring inclusion in engineering and manufacturing

Everything to gain from inspiring inclusion in engineering and manufacturing

Everything to gain from inspiring inclusion in engineering and manufacturing

07 March 2024

Opinion | Katy Davies says we should recommit ourselves to the cause of inclusivity to mark International Women’s Day.

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Chris Carter-Chapman: Why plan for new Cambridge Children’s Hospital means so much to me

Chris Carter-Chapman: Why plan for new Cambridge Children’s Hospital means so much to me

Chris Carter-Chapman: Why plan for new Cambridge Children’s Hospital means so much to me

27 February 2024

Opinion | Tory candidate for South Cambs writes about his family’s experience.


Insight: The websites and data tools we can use to help cut carbon footprints

Insight: The websites and data tools we can use to help cut carbon footprints

Insight: The websites and data tools we can use to help cut carbon footprints

27 February 2024

Cambridge Carbon Footprint:has ideas to help you decarbonise using data.


Daniel Zeichner MP: Equality and growth are two sides of the same coin

Daniel Zeichner MP: Equality and growth are two sides of the same coin

Daniel Zeichner MP: Equality and growth are two sides of the same coin

27 February 2024

The Labour MP for Cambridge writes for the Cambridge Independent.

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Phil Rodgers: Exploring what might happen in the new St Neots and Mid Cambs constituency at the General Election

Phil Rodgers: Exploring what might happen in the new St Neots and Mid Cambs constituency at the General Election

Phil Rodgers: Exploring what might happen in the new St Neots and Mid Cambs constituency at the General Election

25 February 2024

Our political commentator explores the prospects for the parties and their candidates.

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Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Are adults leading children by example on social media?

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Are adults leading children by example on social media?

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Are adults leading children by example on social media?

20 February 2024

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Paul Kirkley: I’m exhausted – and it’s only February

Paul Kirkley: I’m exhausted – and it’s only February

Paul Kirkley: I’m exhausted – and it’s only February

11 February 2024

Paul Kirkley: On deranged comments by the government, failing to find evidence of ‘BBC bias’, a detective drama based in Cambridge, and trademarks.


Phil Rodgers: What I expect at Cambridge City Council elections in May 2024 – plus a look ahead to General Election and PCC poll

Phil Rodgers: What I expect at Cambridge City Council elections in May 2024 – plus a look ahead to General Election and PCC poll

Phil Rodgers: What I expect at Cambridge City Council elections in May 2024 – plus a look ahead to General Election and PCC poll

21 January 2024

Our political commentator looks ahead and predicts how well the parties will do.

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Emilie Silverwood-Cope: What I would do if I had 50 days as Prime Minister

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: What I would do if I had 50 days as Prime Minister

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: What I would do if I had 50 days as Prime Minister

16 January 2024

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


150,000 homes for Cambridge? What is Michael Gove talking about?

150,000 homes for Cambridge? What is Michael Gove talking about?

150,000 homes for Cambridge? What is Michael Gove talking about?

07 January 2024

Opinion | James Littlewood, chief executive of Cambridge Past, Present & Future, writes for the Cambridge Independent about

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Paul Kirkley: An alphabetical autopsy of a suboptimal year – we are not living in a Barbie world

Paul Kirkley: An alphabetical autopsy of a suboptimal year – we are not living in a Barbie world

Paul Kirkley: An alphabetical autopsy of a suboptimal year – we are not living in a Barbie world

03 January 2024

Paul Kirkley takes his unique look back at the events of 2023.


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: From here to ‘teen-ternity’

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: From here to ‘teen-ternity’

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: From here to ‘teen-ternity’

24 December 2023

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Paul Kirkley: Minister for mumbo-jumbo makes no sense

Paul Kirkley: Minister for mumbo-jumbo makes no sense

Paul Kirkley: Minister for mumbo-jumbo makes no sense

09 December 2023

Paul Kirkley: On potential new Government ministries, alternative medicine, Shane MacGowan, a Lib Dem victory, Doctor Who and (Sus)sex in the city.


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