There are warnings about the potential impact Brexit could have on Cambridgeshire, with possible fuel and medicine shortages, as well as the likelihood of a lack of care workers, cleaners, and other key staff.
A man swindled £350,000 out of the NHS by lying about "almost everything" including having cancer and a war record exposed when colleagues discovered he bought medals off the internet, was jailed for five years.
Mayor James Palmer claims the public is not "even slightly interested" about the circumstances surrounding the combined authority's former chief executive's mystery departure, or the "huge" £94,500 pay-out when he left.
The high cost of living and working in and around Cambridge has been blamed for problems recruiting staff in some key businesses, and must be addressed if the region is to succeed in the future, a report says.
Two Cambridgeshire council leaders today call for Mayor James Palmer to come clean over the rapid - and surprise - departure of the £150,000 year chief executive of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.