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”.
It cost the council £26,000, while the Scrap Store scheme cost £46,500.
Opinion | Edward Leigh argues the folly and irresponsibility of the plans should be apparent to decision-makers.
Visit Cambridge will be established as a community interest company.
Anthony Browne said he deeply regrets offence caused by his office’s blunder.
David Rogers, professor of ecology at Oxford University, is speaking on the subject this week.
Campaigners against £20-a-week cut say: ‘It’s going to be very bad for everybody’s mental health’
It faces enforcement action from Cambridge City Council.
Cllr Lewis Herbert will stand down at the end of November.
He says it has been his greatest privilege of four decades in public service.
Opinion | Edward Leigh, of Smarter Cambridge Transport, says we’ve barely begun to tackle the climate crisis.
University hosts delegation over postgraduate student murdered in Egypt in 2016
Lengthy queues have greeted drivers trying to fill up amid a shortage of HGV lorry drivers.
But campaign group Mill Road for People said it was delighted by mayor’s statement.
Piero D’Angelico saved the £500,000 carvings from the skip by purchasing it for £1.
Campaigners take to streets to call for urgent progress on sustainability at key conference of global leaders in Glasgow