When I left the Conservatives in February, it was because I could see the party had drifted to the right and was prioritising its own self preservation over the future of our country.
The breakdown of how North Hertfordshire and South Cambridgeshire voted in the European Parliament elections has been revealed, with the Brexit Party and Liberal Democrats seeing huge gains from 2014.
Theresa May today announced her resignation as Prime Minister following her battle to push through a number of Brexit deals in the Houses of Parliament.
A 51-year-old man who admitted to sending threatening communications to a number of MPs - including South Cambridgeshire's Heidi Allen - has today been jailed.
Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was rejected for a second time in the House of Commons last night, but how did our two MPs vote?
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.
In South Cambs, we're familiar with parishes joining up to form larger authorities.
Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was rejected in a historic defeat at the House of Commons last night, but how did our Conservative MPs for North East Herts and South Cambridgeshire vote?
An a cappella group with members from Royston and South Cambs are ready to round off their hugely successful year with some Christmas performances.
Councillors have approved additional loan funding of up to £550,000 to enable the completion of a permanent ice rink in South Cambridgeshire.
As the topic that has split the nation for the last two years comes to its final stages, what do our MPs think about Theresa May's draft Brexit plan?
A plan to deliver 22,000 jobs and 19,500 new homes in South Cambridgeshire by 2031 has been given final approval - after one of the longest examination periods in the country.
A bid to increase borrowing by £17 million is being submitted by South Cambridgeshire District Council to the government to help deliver a further 149 new affordable homes.
There are renewed calls for new temporary sites for travellers in Cambridgeshire as councillors say "more and more" are visiting every year.
South Cambs councillors are calling on the Government to set up an independent commission to explore the best way to meet the needs of gypsies and travellers who move around the country.