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Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner questions government amid alarm at the ‘scale of Covid-19 infection ripping through schools’

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner questions government amid alarm at the ‘scale of Covid-19 infection ripping through schools’

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner questions government amid alarm at the ‘scale of Covid-19 infection ripping through schools’

20 October 2021

Every district in Cambridgeshire except the city recorded their highest weekly Covid-19 case numbers since the pandemic began.


Loss of lives due to Covid-19 means county council will spend £2.4m less on older people

Loss of lives due to Covid-19 means county council will spend £2.4m less on older people

Loss of lives due to Covid-19 means county council will spend £2.4m less on older people

20 October 2021

Cllr Richard Howitt said committee members recognise the human loss behind the figures.


Anthony Browne MP: ‘OxCam Arc must not be an excuse for more houses and urbanisation’

Anthony Browne MP: ‘OxCam Arc must not be an excuse for more houses and urbanisation’

Anthony Browne MP: ‘OxCam Arc must not be an excuse for more houses and urbanisation’

19 October 2021

South Cambridgeshire’s Conservative MP writes for the Cambridge Independent.

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Tory MP Sir David Amess stabbed to death: ‘A loss for the country and attack on democracy’

Tory MP Sir David Amess stabbed to death: ‘A loss for the country and attack on democracy’

Tory MP Sir David Amess stabbed to death: ‘A loss for the country and attack on democracy’

15 October 2021

South Cambridgeshire Conservative MP Anthony Browne said Sir David’s death is a “loss for Parliament and for the country, and an attack on democracy”.

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The six-week consultation on 49,000 homes that will shape Greater Cambridge for 20 years

The six-week consultation on 49,000 homes that will shape Greater Cambridge for 20 years

The six-week consultation on 49,000 homes that will shape Greater Cambridge for 20 years

13 October 2021

The public is about to be asked for its view on the first proposals for the next Local Plan.

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Revised project planned as Play Pods scheme for schoolchildren is cut by Cambridge City Council due to losses

Revised project planned as Play Pods scheme for schoolchildren is cut by Cambridge City Council due to losses

Revised project planned as Play Pods scheme for schoolchildren is cut by Cambridge City Council due to losses

13 October 2021

It cost the council £26,000, while the Scrap Store scheme cost £46,500.

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Anna Smith set to be named new leader of Cambridge City Council

Anna Smith set to be named new leader of Cambridge City Council

Anna Smith set to be named new leader of Cambridge City Council

12 October 2021

Cllr Anna Smith is set to be named the new leader of Cambridge City Council after she was elected to head up the ruling Labour group.

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‘Draft Greater Cambridge Local Plan reveals inadequacy of transport plans’

‘Draft Greater Cambridge Local Plan reveals inadequacy of transport plans’

‘Draft Greater Cambridge Local Plan reveals inadequacy of transport plans’

12 October 2021

Opinion | Edward Leigh argues the folly and irresponsibility of the plans should be apparent to decision-makers.

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New tourism company to be set up after collapse of Visit Cambridge and Beyond

New tourism company to be set up after collapse of Visit Cambridge and Beyond

New tourism company to be set up after collapse of Visit Cambridge and Beyond

12 October 2021

Visit Cambridge will be established as a community interest company.

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‘I hope this makes you leave us alone’ - MP’s caseworker mortified after sending out rude email to constituents

‘I hope this makes you leave us alone’ - MP’s caseworker mortified after sending out rude email to constituents

‘I hope this makes you leave us alone’ - MP’s caseworker mortified after sending out rude email to constituents

08 October 2021

Anthony Browne said he deeply regrets offence caused by his office’s blunder.

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Cambridge ‘will be destroyed by supersizing plans’, says University of Oxford professor

Cambridge ‘will be destroyed by supersizing plans’, says University of Oxford professor

Cambridge ‘will be destroyed by supersizing plans’, says University of Oxford professor

06 October 2021

David Rogers, professor of ecology at Oxford University, is speaking on the subject this week.

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Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

06 October 2021

Campaigners against £20-a-week cut say: ‘It’s going to be very bad for everybody’s mental health’

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500 sign petition to save The Floating Cam Bar

500 sign petition to save The Floating Cam Bar

500 sign petition to save The Floating Cam Bar

06 October 2021

It faces enforcement action from Cambridge City Council.


Meet the four candidates vying to be the next Labour leader of Cambridge City Council

Meet the four candidates vying to be the next Labour leader of Cambridge City Council

Meet the four candidates vying to be the next Labour leader of Cambridge City Council

05 October 2021

Cllr Lewis Herbert will stand down at the end of November.

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Lewis Herbert says the time is right to stand down as Cambridge City Council leader after seven years

Lewis Herbert says the time is right to stand down as Cambridge City Council leader after seven years

Lewis Herbert says the time is right to stand down as Cambridge City Council leader after seven years

04 October 2021

He says it has been his greatest privilege of four decades in public service.

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The key decisions the Greater Cambridge Partnership should make today to reduce carbon emissions and car dependency

The key decisions the Greater Cambridge Partnership should make today to reduce carbon emissions and car dependency

The key decisions the Greater Cambridge Partnership should make today to reduce carbon emissions and car dependency

30 September 2021

Opinion | Edward Leigh, of Smarter Cambridge Transport, says we’ve barely begun to tackle the climate crisis.

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Italian officials in Cambridge for Giulio Regeni quest for justice

Italian officials in Cambridge for Giulio Regeni quest for justice

Italian officials in Cambridge for Giulio Regeni quest for justice

29 September 2021

University hosts delegation over postgraduate student murdered in Egypt in 2016


Fuel supply issue expected to ease ‘in days’ amid concern for Cambridgeshire key workers

Fuel supply issue expected to ease ‘in days’ amid concern for Cambridgeshire key workers

Fuel supply issue expected to ease ‘in days’ amid concern for Cambridgeshire key workers

27 September 2021

Lengthy queues have greeted drivers trying to fill up amid a shortage of HGV lorry drivers.


Mill Road Traders: Closing the bridge again ‘will kill our businesses’

Mill Road Traders: Closing the bridge again ‘will kill our businesses’

Mill Road Traders: Closing the bridge again ‘will kill our businesses’

27 September 2021

But campaign group Mill Road for People said it was delighted by mayor’s statement.

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Future of Hindu temple arch project in Cambridge’s Mill Road hangs in balance

Future of Hindu temple arch project in Cambridge’s Mill Road hangs in balance

Future of Hindu temple arch project in Cambridge’s Mill Road hangs in balance

27 September 2021

Piero D’Angelico saved the £500,000 carvings from the skip by purchasing it for £1.

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