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Yesterday, 15:45

Crowds gathered at Imperial War Museum Duxford this afternoon to watch the flight of three Royal Air Force Tornados which roared overhead on their farewell tour.

Local politicians say they will continue to work with South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen after she revealed her departure from the Conservative party to join a new anti-brexit Independent Group.

North Herts District Council has agreed its 2019/2020 budget at a full council meeting, which includes a freeze on parking tariffs and an additional £1 million on top of the original forecast.

South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen is one of three Conservatives who have defected to the new Independent Group this morning.

South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen is among a group of Conservative MPs who could defect to the new Independent Group, with an announcement expected at 11am today.

Sport

Yesterday, 15:40

A hat-trick for John Simons was enough to bring a ninth-straight win for Datchworth in London Three North West – but they were made to work for every inch of the 44-29 success by a dogged Royston side.

A double from Vance Bola gave Royston Town a 2-0 win away to Needham Market and their first back-to-back Southern Premier League wins in three months.

After snow and gale-force winds spring-like sunshine had Royston Golf Club looking perfect for the weekend club matches.

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Yesterday, 09:57
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This show is a masterclass in comedy. The performances are flawless, the movement is balletic, the singing is sublime and the acrobatics defy gravity. With immaculate timing, this is extreme farce.

You can try out being an rat in experiments, see how the Genome Project will revolutionise medicine and dance at a scientific ceilidh. Here is a taste of the events at Cambridge Science Festival, March 11-24.

Twenty five years since Peter Andre burst onto the Australian music scene, the popstar is back with a 25-date tour of the UK, which visits the Cambridge Corn Exchange on Wednesday February 27.

Mark Thomas’s latest show about the current state of the NHS went down so well on February 12 at Cambridge Junction that the audience applauded after every riff. They didn’t wait till the end.

The first comedy acts have been confirmed for Hertfordshire festival Standon Calling.

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