Mr Hancock said: "We need a leader for the future, not just for now."
He is the only MP in modern times to have won a horse race but could he land the top job?
Two Newmarket houses were burgled, with detectives from Suffolk Police linking the incidents
Yesterday officers from Peterborough CID and Cambridgeshire Police's Community Action Team raided properties in Ely, Cambridge and Peterborough.
Newmarket's MP Matt Hancock might be a long-odds outsider to become the next Prime Minister but has not ruled himself out of entering the race.
An accounts assistant who stole nearly £23,000 from the Newmarket-based charity, Racing Welfare, had a previous conviction for theft.
Two women who were driving past Mildenhall 'are lucky to be alive' after a chainsaw fell off the back of a truck and became lodged under their car
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When Cambridgeshire Police arrived, they saw Marc Andrews in his front garden attempting to start a chainsaw.
A council is to review its controversial decision to exclude all its non-Conservative members from its decision-making committees.
Links member follows up hole in one with trophy win.
Wicken-raised former Bury Town goalkeeper staying at Turf Moor.
Deputy sports editor picks the 11 players that stood out for him last season.
Four-year-old looks to be coming of age for Newmarket trainer.
West Row-based side need to overturn a big deficit in second leg.
Sir Michael enjoys a day to remember at Newbury
Ten squad members commit to make life easier for manager.
A popular Newmarket restaurant is set to re-open on Wednesday almost two months after the business was wound up
One of Ely’s top visitor attractions was re-opened on Tuesday after a £30,000 refurbishment
The Journal has joined forces with a national photography group to offer a free photo session and the chance to win a stunning portrait
A festival favourite, Kaiser Chiefs shot to fame in 2005 with their hit 'I Predict a Riot' followed by 'Oh My God' and number one 'Ruby'.
A renowned equine artist is hoping that a mural she painted in the former National Horseracing Museum can be preserved
Tens of thousands flocked to Newmarket’s Moët & Chandon July Festival, for three days of fun, flat racing and fashion.