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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.


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: What every parent should know about algorithms

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: What every parent should know about algorithms

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: What every parent should know about algorithms

22 October 2022

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Opinion: Inaction isn’t an option - but all Tories do is oppose transport plans, says Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner

Opinion: Inaction isn’t an option - but all Tories do is oppose transport plans, says Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner

Opinion: Inaction isn’t an option - but all Tories do is oppose transport plans, says Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner

22 October 2022

The Labour MP offers his view on the GCP transport plans.

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Paul Kirkley: Hanging chads punched a hole in 21st century history

Paul Kirkley: Hanging chads punched a hole in 21st century history

Paul Kirkley: Hanging chads punched a hole in 21st century history

12 October 2022

Why hanging chads are the nexus point on which modern history turns. Plus food delivery robots, Richard Osman, and Ely Cathedral’s Animal Service.


Developing young people’s skills in Cambridgeshire to kickstart their careers

Developing young people’s skills in Cambridgeshire to kickstart their careers

Developing young people’s skills in Cambridgeshire to kickstart their careers

09 October 2022

Cllr Alice Gilderdale writes about the Region of Learning, Skills and Opportunity.


#BusinessSOS - Immediate action required from Chancellor

#BusinessSOS - Immediate action required from Chancellor

#BusinessSOS - Immediate action required from Chancellor

22 September 2022

Sponsored feature | By Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: I am not opposed to kindness but I’ve had enough of ‘Be Kind’

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: I am not opposed to kindness but I’ve had enough of ‘Be Kind’

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: I am not opposed to kindness but I’ve had enough of ‘Be Kind’

21 September 2022

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


Cambridge scientist: Why GCP’s punitive road charge could the final straw - and what it should do instead

Cambridge scientist: Why GCP’s punitive road charge could the final straw - and what it should do instead

Cambridge scientist: Why GCP’s punitive road charge could the final straw - and what it should do instead

03 September 2022

An opinion on the proposals to introduce a £5 fee to drive in the city.

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£5 a day for cleaner air

£5 a day for cleaner air

£5 a day for cleaner air

01 September 2022

Sponsored feature | By Ian Sandison, CEO of Cambridge BID


Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Lionesses show what girls can do when they are given half a chance

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Lionesses show what girls can do when they are given half a chance

Emilie Silverwood-Cope: Lionesses show what girls can do when they are given half a chance

17 August 2022

Emilie Silverwood-Cope writes about Parenting Truths.


East West Rail Company makes its case: ‘Route will boost economy and provide affordable, sustainable public transport’

East West Rail Company makes its case: ‘Route will boost economy and provide affordable, sustainable public transport’

East West Rail Company makes its case: ‘Route will boost economy and provide affordable, sustainable public transport’

16 August 2022

Hannah Staunton responds to those who questioned the case for the Oxford-Cambridge line.

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‘Demand is at its highest ever at Cambridge City Foodbank - we even ran out of baked beans’

‘Demand is at its highest ever at Cambridge City Foodbank - we even ran out of baked beans’

‘Demand is at its highest ever at Cambridge City Foodbank - we even ran out of baked beans’

13 August 2022

CEO Margaret Saner writes for the Cambridge Independent about what she is witnessing amid the cost of living crisis.

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Paul Kirkley: It’s easier to see the Pope than your GP

Paul Kirkley: It’s easier to see the Pope than your GP

Paul Kirkley: It’s easier to see the Pope than your GP

09 August 2022

Paul Kirkley: Why is it so hard to see your GP? Plus high temperature records, boring men and the Tory leadership contest.

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