Parts of the Anglia region have seen nearly a month's worth of rain in just a few hours during intense thunderstorms overnight.Read the full story ›
A wet and windy start, with heavy and perhaps thundery rain in places. This will gradually ease away westwards through the morning.Read the full story ›
The parents of a Cambridgeshire Tory activist who took his own life are expected to make a statement today at the hearing into his death.
Elliot Johnson from Wisbech was found on railway tracks in Bedfordshire last September.
He left a letter making allegations of bullying within the Tory Party. But today's inquest will not be looking those claims.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of heavy rain for the East of England.
It covers Cambridgeshire, Central Bedfordshire, Peterborough, Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk, Southend-on-Sea, Suffolk & Thurrock valid from 0015 Tue 31 May to 1200 Tue 31 May
Up to 20,000 people are expected to visit the first Duxford air show since the Shoreham disaster on the South coast.Read the full story ›
Three Libyan sex attackers who preyed on women in Cambridge have had their applications for asylum here rejected.Read the full story ›
Police are looking for a man who went into a bookmakers and demanded money from staff.
With his face covered by a scarf and holding an umbrella, the suspect entered Coral, in Emmanuel Street, Cambridge, at about 9.45pm on Sunday (May 22).
He asked for money and placed his hand in his jacket pocket as if he had a weapon, although none was seen.
Staff said there was no money and the man fled.
Police have today released CCTV of a man they want to trace in connection with the crime.
Staff at the shop were left extremely shaken and I am keen to catch the offender as soon as possible. I would ask people to look at the CCTV images and consider whether they saw anyone dressed in this distinctive way in the area that evening. Anyone with information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, should contact police.”
This weekend's show is the first to take place there since new rules came into force after the Shoreham aircrash.Read the full story ›
Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson says he can't believe triple murderer Joanna Dennehy was able to make a claim for damages after she said her human rights had been violated.
Dennehy said she'd been "unfairly" treated and had been left "tearful and upset" after being placed in solitary confinement.
In the end, her appeal was thrown out in the High Court in a matter of minutes but Jackson believes the hearing was a waste of time and money.
The fact is, she's incarcerated in that way because she's one of the most dangerous female prisoners in the whole of the country.
I'm astonished, and people will be angry, that public money has been spent on a case that should never have got this far.
We look at both sides of the referendum debate as the economy comes under the spotlight.Read the full story ›