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Daniel Zeichner joins Shadow Cabinet while Plymouth MP Luke Pollard takes temporary leave following shootings

Daniel Zeichner joins Shadow Cabinet while Plymouth MP Luke Pollard takes temporary leave following shootings

Daniel Zeichner joins Shadow Cabinet while Plymouth MP Luke Pollard takes temporary leave following shootings

30 August 2021

He becomes Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment for a month.


Civil parking enforcement officers could be coming to Cambridgeshire

Civil parking enforcement officers could be coming to Cambridgeshire

Civil parking enforcement officers could be coming to Cambridgeshire

30 August 2021

Currently areas outside of Cambridge city have to rely on the police for traffic enforcement.

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Could new powers bring twist to Mill Road debate?

Could new powers bring twist to Mill Road debate?

Could new powers bring twist to Mill Road debate?

28 August 2021

Powers to enable authorities to better accommodate disabled drivers into traffic management schemes will be extended to Cambridgeshire in December.

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Wendi Ogle-Welbourn, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s executive director for people and communities, to retire after 35 years

Wendi Ogle-Welbourn, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s executive director for people and communities, to retire after 35 years

Wendi Ogle-Welbourn, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s executive director for people and communities, to retire after 35 years

27 August 2021

Wendi, who is also Peterborough’s deputy chief executive, will leave her posts in January 2022.

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‘We need clarity and the chance to make comments on all East West Rail routes’ says MP

‘We need clarity and the chance to make comments on all East West Rail routes’ says MP

‘We need clarity and the chance to make comments on all East West Rail routes’ says MP

26 August 2021

East West Railway Company chief executive Simon Blanchflower was invited to visit South Cambridgeshire by the area’s MP Anthony Browne.

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The West’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has been shameful but we must not give up

The West’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has been shameful but we must not give up

The West’s withdrawal from Afghanistan has been shameful but we must not give up

26 August 2021

Opinion | South Cambridgeshire MP Anthony Browne writes for the Cambridge Independent


Combined Authority backtracks on plans for City of Culture 2025 bid

Combined Authority backtracks on plans for City of Culture 2025 bid

Combined Authority backtracks on plans for City of Culture 2025 bid

25 August 2021

It said the ‘culture sector was not at full strength’ following Covid.

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New Combined Authority roles created for public health and environment and climate change

New Combined Authority roles created for public health and environment and climate change

New Combined Authority roles created for public health and environment and climate change

22 August 2021

Cllr Chris Boden and Cllr Bridget Smith are taken up the new portfolios.

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Cambridge councillors: ‘We need a citywide transport strategy’

Cambridge councillors: ‘We need a citywide transport strategy’

Cambridge councillors: ‘We need a citywide transport strategy’

19 August 2021

There is a need to reduce car journeys and promote active travel and public transport, say councillors.

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University of Cambridge to stop initial teacher training if government’s ‘flawed’ review proceeds

University of Cambridge to stop initial teacher training if government’s ‘flawed’ review proceeds

University of Cambridge to stop initial teacher training if government’s ‘flawed’ review proceeds

18 August 2021

It has delivered its damning full verdict on the proposals.

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NVIDIA and the $40bn acquisition of Arm: Will the UK government block it - and should it?

NVIDIA and the $40bn acquisition of Arm: Will the UK government block it - and should it?

NVIDIA and the $40bn acquisition of Arm: Will the UK government block it - and should it?

16 August 2021

We gauge the verdict of Hermann Hauser and MPs and the views from the companies’ leaders Simon Segars and Jensen Huang.

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Cycling tsar for Cambridgeshire to be appointed as mayor eyes travel funding

Cycling tsar for Cambridgeshire to be appointed as mayor eyes travel funding

Cycling tsar for Cambridgeshire to be appointed as mayor eyes travel funding

16 August 2021

Dr Nik Johnson is hoping to secure more funds from the government

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‘Arbury Road closure would be social injustice’ say residents

‘Arbury Road closure would be social injustice’ say residents

‘Arbury Road closure would be social injustice’ say residents

13 August 2021

Residents say closing Arbury Road in Cambridge to traffic would “ruin the livelihoods of the shops and businesses trying to recover” from lockdowns.

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Residents set up 24/7 watch over Alexandra Gardens trees in Cambridge to ‘keep chainsaws at bay’

Residents set up 24/7 watch over Alexandra Gardens trees in Cambridge to ‘keep chainsaws at bay’

Residents set up 24/7 watch over Alexandra Gardens trees in Cambridge to ‘keep chainsaws at bay’

06 August 2021

‘There are other options’ say campaigners as furore over insurers’ 70% pollarding demand grows.


10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

28 July 2021

From delight to disappointment, we explore some of the reactions.

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We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

28 July 2021

An opinion piece by Cllr Lewis Herbert, Labour leader of Cambridge City Council.


Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

Mill Road bridge in Cambridge set to reopen after single deciding vote

27 July 2021

Now the bridge will be reopened while a “full review” of options available is considered by the county council.

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Cambridge City Council to ‘stand in solidarity’ with travellers over policing Bill - but stops short of identifying new transit sites

Cambridge City Council to ‘stand in solidarity’ with travellers over policing Bill - but stops short of identifying new transit sites

Cambridge City Council to ‘stand in solidarity’ with travellers over policing Bill - but stops short of identifying new transit sites

23 July 2021

The council agreed a motion to “express strong concerns” about provisions in the government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.

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NHS staff in England awarded 3% pay rise - but unions say it is ‘grossly inadequate’

NHS staff in England awarded 3% pay rise - but unions say it is ‘grossly inadequate’

NHS staff in England awarded 3% pay rise - but unions say it is ‘grossly inadequate’

21 July 2021

It equates to an extra £1,000 a year for nurses on average.

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Cambridgeshire director of public health urges caution as Covid restrictions lift

Cambridgeshire director of public health urges caution as Covid restrictions lift

Cambridgeshire director of public health urges caution as Covid restrictions lift

19 July 2021

Jyoti Atri has warned that “we need to proceed with caution” with national restrictions easing today (Monday, July 19).


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