The Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner will meet the family of a murdered student to offer the city's condolences and support in their fight for justice.
Giulio Regeni, 28, was studying at Cambridge University but in Egypt researching trade unions when he went missing.
His body was later found by a roadside on the outskirts of Cairo - it showed signs of torture.
Mr Zeichner will meet Giulio's family in Brussels later today.
Researchers at Cambridge University have developed a glass that can change from see-through to opaque at the touch of a button.
The invention uses an advanced form of liquid crystal - but they say it needs much less power than previous forms of 'privacy glass'. Stuart Leithes report is here.
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There are currently delays of up to 30 minutes on Abellio Greater Anglia trains at Cambridge due to a signalling problem.
Services running through Cambridge may be delayed or revised to terminate or start back from Dullingham.
Replacement buses are running between Dullingham and Cambridge in both directions.
The problem is expected to go on until at least two o'clock.
A garden centre in Cambridge has built a giant flower display in the shape of a massive cake to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday today.
Scotsdales at Great Shelford created the four-tier cake out of brightly-coloured begonias and lobelia.
The Queen has two birthdays – her actual one, on April 21, and her official one, today.
Armed police have been called in to help at a house siege in Cambridge.
Officers were called to a house at 12.30pm at Central Avenue. They attempted to arrest a man who is refusing to come out.
Negotiators are also at the scene.
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Up to forty firefighters are at the scene of a hotel fire in Cambridge.
They were called at 7:30am this morning (June 5) to the incident at the Lovell Lodge hotel on Milton Road.
Eight appliances – including four pumps - were sent to deal with the fire.
The roof of the building collapsed but there were no serious injuries.
The road is blocked by smoke and police are asking people to stay away from the area.
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Three Libyan sex attackers who preyed on women in Cambridge have had their applications for asylum here rejected.Read the full story ›