Three of the organisations involved in the Wisbech Access Study say they are surprised by concerns raised by MP Steve Barclay because funding was secured to progress both rail and road projects for the town.
Cambs Times reporter Kath Sansom described last night’s Twitter ‘storming’ of 10 Downing Street as “the beginning of the end” in the bid to get a public inquiry into surgical procedures involving mesh implants.
In the end they arrived at the war memorial early but timing remained everything as Major Nigel Spencer brought together an awe inspiring, humbling and gratifying cross generational Remembrance Day parade.
Unofficial public spending watchdog the TaxPayers’ Alliance (TPA) singled out East Cambridgeshire District Council for being among 173 local authorities that pay its employees 65p a mile for using their own car.
A significant rise in the number of older residents being admitted to hospitals in Cambridge and King’s Lynn has led to a short term crisis for Cambridgeshire County Council as they struggle to accommodate them on discharge.