Ely commuters have returned to work sour-faced this morning after finding out their season ticket to London has increased - topping the £5,000 barrier.
Steve Barclay has hailed Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s Budget as one that “delivers a Britain fit for the future”.
Victorious Stephen Barclay spent more than double his five opponents put together to win this year’s race to become North East Cambridgeshire’s MP.
The General Election battle in SE Cambs has been confirmed as a three horse race with neither the Greens nor UKIP opting to offer candidates for the June 8 poll.
James Palmer has vowed to do “everything he can to make sure everyone is included in the future of the county” after winning the race to become Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s first elected mayor.
In Wisbech West the size and scale of Steve Tierney’s victory was as impressive as anywhere within the county.
Sam Hoy remains a county councillor having won a return in a by election and consolidated it with a massive majority in Wisbech East.
Fenland District Councillor Anne Hay said transport and education are her priorities after the Conservative candidate won the Chatteris vote.
Former town mayor and district councillor Rob Skoulding was narrowly defeated as John Gowing rode the Conservative wave to win March South and Rural.
County council leader Steve Count pulled off a decisive victory – topping the poll by 169 votes from his running mate Jan French.
Ken Rustidge has been selected as Labour’s candidate for the North East Cambridgeshire constituency to stand in this June’s general election.
Should both decide to stand again – and there’s no indication to suggest otherwise- both Steve Barclay in NE Cambs and Lucy Frazer in SE Cambs will be returned with significant majorities after June’s snap election.
Theresa May has called a snap election for June 8 following a surprise announcement outside Downing Street.