Letters

Dear reader, Have you heard the phrase “news desert”? It’s been coined in America to describe what is left behind when a newspaper closes and the community it served is suddenly left without a source of credible and comprehensive news and information.

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Save our village of Wilburton from over development

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Teaching assistant Ruth Johnson, a March town councillor and parliamentary candidate for NE Cambridgeshire for the Green Party, has written an open letter to Gavin Williamson, Secretary of State for Education, on the issue of schools re-opening.

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It was the early 60s and I had just moved to Cambridge from Littleport, I thought of myself as a rocker then, but once in the city I aspired to become a Mod and changed my Frances Barnet motorbike for a Lambretta scooter.

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I have said it before and I will say it again, in time of war the working classes stepped forward providing the much needed ‘boots on the ground’.

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Last week, the government announced a package of more than £76 million in new funding “to support the most vulnerable in society”: survivors and victims of domestic and sexual abuse, vulnerable children, and victims of modern slavery.

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I don’t know if you have had any other reports about the strange lights stars that were moving across the sky in town last night.

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