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Transport issues which irritate Peterborough residents

I must congratulate the local CAMRA group on another successful beer festival last month, their 42nd event. It has grown from a small event at the rugby club to be the biggest and brightest open air event of its kind, writes Liberal Party city councillor Chris Ash in this week’s Speaker’s Corner column.

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Boris Johnson on the Paul Bristow campaign trail at the Bretton Centre EMN-190531-152748009

Get on with Brexit then sort Peterborough’s future!

Just get on with it! On Brexit - this is the message I hear loud and clear from people in Peterborough when I knock on doors across our city, writes Conservative parliamentary candidate for Peterborough Paul Bristow in our Speaker’s Corner column.

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Cllr John Holdich

Innovation means Peterborough council can

If you follow the council on social media then you might have spotted that we supported the Local Government Association’s #CouncilsCan campaign to highlight the breadth of services we provide for residents, and the urgent need for certainty in our government funding, writes Cllr John Holdich, leader of Peterborough City Council.

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The wreath laying

Making a difference in the Peterborough community

Local Peterborough Lodge Schola Regia were out in the community at the beginning of the summer, standing shoulder to shoulder with other community leaders to show their support in remembering the Armed Forces, writes Craig Bunday from Peterborough Freemasons.

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Former toilets in Cathedral Square

Peterborough visitors risk being caught short

According to the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), 20 per cent of Britons have on occasions stayed at home for fear of being unable to find a toilet, writes Barry Warne from the Green Party in this week’s Speaker’s Corner column.

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