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Newmarket's MP Matt Hancock keeps top government job after Boris Johnson's cabinet clear out

Newmarket's MP Matt Hancock keeps top government job after Boris Johnson's cabinet clear out

Newmarket's MP Matt Hancock keeps top government job after Boris Johnson's cabinet clear out

24 July 2019

Newmarket MP Matt Hancock has kept his top job despite one of the most brutal cabinet clear outs in history.


'Lessons learnt' from closure of council care company

'Lessons learnt' from closure of council care company

'Lessons learnt' from closure of council care company

20 June 2019

Lessons have been learnt over a council owned company which failed to be self-sustaining, council bosses have said.


Newmarket MP Matt Hancock quits Tory leadership race

Newmarket MP Matt Hancock quits Tory leadership race

Newmarket MP Matt Hancock quits Tory leadership race

14 June 2019

Newmarket's MP has quit the race for Number 10 and will now hold talks with remaining candidates, including favourite Boris Johnson.


Town MP scrapes through to next round of Tory leadership race

Town MP scrapes through to next round of Tory leadership race

Town MP scrapes through to next round of Tory leadership race

13 June 2019

Newmarket MP Matt Hancock faces an uphill struggle to progress through to the next round of the contest to become the next prime minister.


Mayor James Palmer's office bill climbs to £325,000

Mayor James Palmer's office bill climbs to £325,000

Mayor James Palmer's office bill climbs to £325,000

31 May 2019

The cost of the mayor’s office for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority more than doubled in a year.


Matt Hancock long-odds outsider to become next Prime Minister after May resigns

Matt Hancock long-odds outsider to become next Prime Minister after May resigns

Matt Hancock long-odds outsider to become next Prime Minister after May resigns

24 May 2019

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.


What happened at the last EU election, when only a third of voters turned up

What happened at the last EU election, when only a third of voters turned up

What happened at the last EU election, when only a third of voters turned up

23 May 2019

Last time residents across the area had the opportunity to vote in EU elections, just one in three potential voters turned up.


Angry scenes at town meeting could see U-turn

Angry scenes at town meeting could see U-turn

Angry scenes at town meeting could see U-turn

23 May 2019

A council is to review its controversial decision to exclude all its non-Conservative members from its decision-making committees.


Newmarket's annual meeting: Have your say on the town's future

Newmarket's annual meeting: Have your say on the town's future

Newmarket's annual meeting: Have your say on the town's future

20 May 2019

Newmarket's annual meeting is set to be held tomorrow, with residents invited to question their new councillors and share their views.


Long-term plan for Suffolk set to address its key challenges

Long-term plan for Suffolk set to address its key challenges

Long-term plan for Suffolk set to address its key challenges

20 May 2019

A long-term vision for Suffolk is set to be created in a bid to address some of the key challenges expected in the next three decades.


All the candidates you can vote for in the European election

All the candidates you can vote for in the European election

All the candidates you can vote for in the European election

17 May 2019

The Brexit Party and Change UK are both fielding candidates


Call for council to be 'brave' in creating Suffolk 2050 plan

Call for council to be 'brave' in creating Suffolk 2050 plan

Call for council to be 'brave' in creating Suffolk 2050 plan

17 May 2019

What councillors decide could shape Suffolk for 30 years


Communities encouraged to sign up for DIY highways maintenance scheme

Communities encouraged to sign up for DIY highways maintenance scheme

Communities encouraged to sign up for DIY highways maintenance scheme

17 May 2019

Suffolk County Council launches Highways self-help scheme


'This is undemocratic': Fury as all non-Tory councillors are excluded from committees

'This is undemocratic': Fury as all non-Tory councillors are excluded from committees

'This is undemocratic': Fury as all non-Tory councillors are excluded from committees

09 May 2019

Half of the councillors elected on Thursday to Newmarket Town Council have been frozen out of the authority’s decision-making committees


Tories retain control of West Suffolk Council as Independents make gains

Tories retain control of West Suffolk Council as Independents make gains

Tories retain control of West Suffolk Council as Independents make gains

03 May 2019

West Suffolk Tories have fended off a wave of independent candidates, retaining control of the council by just four seats.


Votes counted for West Suffolk and Newmarket Town Council

Votes counted for West Suffolk and Newmarket Town Council

Votes counted for West Suffolk and Newmarket Town Council

03 May 2019

Independents make gains in the new West Suffolk Council but Tories keep firm grip on Newmarket


Polling stations open for town and district council elections

Polling stations open for town and district council elections

Polling stations open for town and district council elections

02 May 2019

Polling stations have opened as voters across the area choose who will represent them in town and district councils


Candidates set to battle for seats on new town council

Candidates set to battle for seats on new town council

Candidates set to battle for seats on new town council

23 April 2019

All the candidates asking to be elected to Newmarket Town Council in May and those set to sit on Mildenhall's and Soham's council


Suffolk County Council vows not to overspend next year

Suffolk County Council vows not to overspend next year

Suffolk County Council vows not to overspend next year

28 February 2019

A county council finance chief has vowed not to overspend next year as it heads towards another seven-figure hit from reserves


Fourteen page housing report for Suffolk County Council costs taxpayers £70,000

Fourteen page housing report for Suffolk County Council costs taxpayers £70,000

Fourteen page housing report for Suffolk County Council costs taxpayers £70,000

22 February 2019

A county council has spent £70,000 on a report which is just 14 pages long - costing taxpayers £11 per word


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