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Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Social media is tampering with young people’s self-esteem

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Social media is tampering with young people’s self-esteem

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Social media is tampering with young people’s self-esteem

23 December 2022

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


The Plan B for Cambridge transport: ‘Why light rail is a better option to solve congestion crisis than GCP road-charging plans’

The Plan B for Cambridge transport: ‘Why light rail is a better option to solve congestion crisis than GCP road-charging plans’

The Plan B for Cambridge transport: ‘Why light rail is a better option to solve congestion crisis than GCP road-charging plans’

23 December 2022

Opinion | Dr Colin Harris, of Cambridge Connect, explains why the GCP is wrong to dismiss light rail.

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Anthony Browne MP: ‘My survey found only 6% of people support congestion charging in Cambridge’

Anthony Browne MP: ‘My survey found only 6% of people support congestion charging in Cambridge’

Anthony Browne MP: ‘My survey found only 6% of people support congestion charging in Cambridge’

21 December 2022

Opinion: The MP for South Cambridgeshire says businesses are against the GCP plans too.

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If you are a driver, a bus user or a cyclist - make your views known on congestion charging

If you are a driver, a bus user or a cyclist - make your views known on congestion charging

If you are a driver, a bus user or a cyclist - make your views known on congestion charging

18 December 2022

Opinion | Cllr Bridget Smith, vice chair, Greater Cambridge Partnership

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Paul Kirkley: The whole truth is that the human race is half-idiot

Paul Kirkley: The whole truth is that the human race is half-idiot

Paul Kirkley: The whole truth is that the human race is half-idiot

13 December 2022

Paul Kirkley: The human race is half-idiot. Plus failing to find the A14 on the sat-nav, cyber attacks, BBC One HD, and the congestion charge.

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Eastern Powerhouse: The Autumn Statement focused on stability but failed to deliver on growth

Eastern Powerhouse: The Autumn Statement focused on stability but failed to deliver on growth

Eastern Powerhouse: The Autumn Statement focused on stability but failed to deliver on growth

12 December 2022

Opinion | Candy Richards, Eastern Powerhouse board member and development manager at the Federation of Small Businesses


Road charging: Cambridge is a slow adopter

Road charging: Cambridge is a slow adopter

Road charging: Cambridge is a slow adopter

01 December 2022

Sponsored feature | By Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID

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Swimming is a life skill worth fighting for

Swimming is a life skill worth fighting for

Swimming is a life skill worth fighting for

22 November 2022

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Opinion: No change is not an option for Cambridge congestion

Opinion: No change is not an option for Cambridge congestion

Opinion: No change is not an option for Cambridge congestion

21 November 2022

Dr Mike More, chair of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, responds to the Greater Cambridge Partnership's plans.

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Cambridge BID chair and Lion Yard boss Roger Allen: Reviving retail by bringing a community feel back to the high street

Cambridge BID chair and Lion Yard boss Roger Allen: Reviving retail by bringing a community feel back to the high street

Cambridge BID chair and Lion Yard boss Roger Allen: Reviving retail by bringing a community feel back to the high street

20 November 2022

Only the strong will survive, he says.


Opinion: After backlash, GCP must scrap Cambridge congestion charge and consider these alternatives

Opinion: After backlash, GCP must scrap Cambridge congestion charge and consider these alternatives

Opinion: After backlash, GCP must scrap Cambridge congestion charge and consider these alternatives

19 November 2022

Anthony Browne, Conservative MP for South Cambridgeshire, writes for the Cambridge Independent.

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Paul Kirkley: Short to reign over us - Liz Truss’s failure is writ large in neon

Paul Kirkley: Short to reign over us - Liz Truss’s failure is writ large in neon

Paul Kirkley: Short to reign over us - Liz Truss’s failure is writ large in neon

16 November 2022

Opinion: The inglorious premiership of Liz Truss, plus Roger Waters’ ravings, The Proclaimers’ cracking tunes, and e-scooters for over-50s.


COP and climate change - are we doing enough?

COP and climate change - are we doing enough?

COP and climate change - are we doing enough?

10 November 2022

Sponsored feature | By Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID

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East of England education could do (a lot) better

East of England education could do (a lot) better

East of England education could do (a lot) better

06 November 2022

Opinion: While the Eastern Powerhouse may be primarily a business-led organisation, education is still one of its top priorities.


Time for a rethink on skilled immigration

Time for a rethink on skilled immigration

Time for a rethink on skilled immigration

03 November 2022

Sponsored feature | By Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID

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Opinion: We all want better buses but daily road charge in Cambridge will unduly hurt low-income households

Opinion: We all want better buses but daily road charge in Cambridge will unduly hurt low-income households

Opinion: We all want better buses but daily road charge in Cambridge will unduly hurt low-income households

02 November 2022

Cambridge resident Clare King offers her verdict on the Greater Cambridge Partnership proposals for road charging to fund a new bus network.

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Why I’m happy in hospitality

Why I’m happy in hospitality

Why I’m happy in hospitality

01 November 2022

Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory, urges readers to support independent restaurants.


Journalism Matters: Why trusted journalism in papers like the Cambridge Independent is more important than ever before

Journalism Matters: Why trusted journalism in papers like the Cambridge Independent is more important than ever before

Journalism Matters: Why trusted journalism in papers like the Cambridge Independent is more important than ever before

31 October 2022

Culture secretary Michelle Donelan and News Media Association chief executive Owen Meredith on why local newspapers are vital for democracy.


Businesses are hoping for some stability

Businesses are hoping for some stability

Businesses are hoping for some stability

27 October 2022

Sponsored feature | By Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID


‘Businesses are dismayed at budget reversals’

‘Businesses are dismayed at budget reversals’

‘Businesses are dismayed at budget reversals’

22 October 2022

Sponsored feature | Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID, considers the impact of changing economic policies.


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