The council agreed a motion to “express strong concerns” about provisions in the government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
It equates to an extra £1,000 a year for nurses on average.
The survey findings come as Cambridgeshire records more than 800 Covid-19 cases in two days.
Prof Ravi Gupta says people should wear them in enclosed public spaces.
A last-ditch protest to try to persuade councillors to reopen the bridge to cars is being organised by traders who say their livelihoods depend on it.
She currently leads the Education and Skills Funding Agency.
Dr Nik Johnson is asking for people to “continue to wear a mask on our buses and trains, and in public spaces” after restrictions ease on July 19.
Cambridgeshire County Council remains in a “very difficult financial position” despite an underspend of £6.3m last year.
The council says the reduced number of complaints received reflects the impact of the pandemic.
The government is consulting on plans that would change how new teachers are trained.
Cambridgeshire County Council will proceed to signing final terms for the long-term lease of Shire Hall for use as a hotel and office building.
Here is what he had to say about plans to lift the country out of remaining Covid-19 restrictions.
‘We’ll end up with more restricted lives out of self-defence’ says Cambridge cancer survivor and mum.
He accused the Greater Cambridge Partnership of ‘baffling doublethink’ and ignoring the will of residents.
The Cambourne to Cambridge (C2C) busway and Cambridge South East Transport (CSET) plans will progress to the next stage after approval from the GCP.
An MP has urged the GCP to “prove it can take the blinkers off and listen to local people and experts with an open mind” over its busway plans.