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Student's campaign for wall of remembrance at Cambridgeshire school

A special 'wall of remembrance' has been unveiled at a Cambridgeshire school after a year of fundraising organised by a student.

Edward Ouzman from Witchford Village College near Ely began his campaign this time last year and even helped to build the wall in his spare time.

The memorial in the school grounds has now been officially unveiled as part of school's Remembrance Day service.

Watch a report byITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey.

Sam Smith tops the album charts

Cambridgeshire's Sam Smith has scored a second number one album with 'The Thrill Of It All'.

Sam Smith Credit: PA Wire

The album debuted at the top of the charts selling nearly 100,000 copies in the week following its release.

My heart is so full and happy with this news. Thank you to every single person who has got The Thrill Of It All - this is a dream come true for me, thank you.

– Sam Smith

Sam Smith's debut album 'In The Lonely Hour' was a number one hit in 2014.

That has also enjoyed a surge in the charts this week due to his second album's popularity, and is now at number 15 for its 114th week in the top 40.

Scientists in Cambridge close to a breakthrough in the treatment of MS

Scientists in Cambridge believe they're close to a breakthrough in the treatment of multiple sclerosis.

Now Researchers in Cambridge University's stem cell institute want to alter brain cells to make them repair the damage the disease does - causing symptoms like fatigue and sight problems.

Around 100,000 people have the condition in the UK, with around 5,000 people diagnosed each month. In our region it's estimated that 10,000 people have the disease, with 430 people being diagnosed each month.

Click below to watch our report from Stuart Leithes

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Could Brexit mean it'll cost more to fix your car?

Some of the region's independent garage owners are warning their businesses could be damaged by Brexit.

They're worried that a European regulation called the 'Right to repair', which forces companies to give them access to technical data to fix cars, will be stopped when we leave the EU.

Independent garages deal with around 67% of all repairs on our cars and research shows they are around 40 per cent cheaper than the big Franchise dealerships.

Click below to watch our report from Matthew Hudson.

Woman who died in Wisbech crash named

A woman who died in a crash near Wisbech yesterday morning has been named as 24 year old Jade Green.

Jade, from Beechwood Road in Wisbech, died when the Vauxhall Astra she was driving was involved in a collision with a Ford Transit on Black Drive at Morrow yesterday morning.

Jade Green Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

Two passengers in the vehicle, a man and a woman, were taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge and remain in a critical but stable condition. The driver of the van, a man, suffered minor injuries.

Officers investigating the collision are appealing for information to trace a fourth person who was believed to be in the vehicle, but left the scene. The man is described as white, in his 20s, with dark curly hair and a beard.

In a statement Jade’s family said she was a much loved sister and daughter. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

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