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West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock is campaigning to prevent the closure of Mildenhall Stadium.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of two local residents who claim they have been affected by noise at their home as a result of the stadium, which stages speedway, greyhound and stockcar events.
The stadium owners now face a legal bill worth up to £2 million which could force the closure of the venue.
Mr Hancock says he has raised the issue with theSecretary of State for the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
The trial of a man from Mildenhall, who is charged with murder, is due to get underway at Ipswich Crown Court today.
49-year-old Andrew Turner from Pembroke Close is charged with the murder of 40-year-old Paul Bone who is also from Mildenhall.
Emergency Services were called to Pembroke Close just before Christmas, a post mortem examination found Mr Bone died from stab wounds.
The owners of Mildenhall Stadium, home to the Fen Tigers Speedway team, should find out today whether they'll have to pay costs after a losing a long-running legal dispute with one of their neighbours.
A couple who used to live in a house 500 metres from the stadium in West Row, won an eight year battle for damages after complaining about the noise on race days.
The owners of Mildenhall Stadium, home to the Fen Tigers Speedway team, say they could be forced out of business after losing a long-running legal dispute with one of their neighbours.
A couple who used to live in a house 500 metres from the stadium in West Row, have won an eight year battle for damages after complaining about the noise on race days. The stadium operators say that could leave them with crippling court costs.
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The owners of Mildenhall stadium which runs speedway, greyhounds and stockcar events say they could be forced out of business by a long running legal dispute.
They've been ordered to pay compensation over excessive noise to a couple who bought a house close to the stadium. .
The promoters say they are taking the fight against the claim to parliament and want a change in the law to protect all motorsport venues against such claims
A 45-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of murder in Mildenhall, Suffolk, has been released on bail.
Paul Bone, 40, was found stabbed to death at a property at Pembroke Close on Friday.
Suffolk Police have charged 49-year-old Andrew Turner, of Pembroke Close, with murder.
He is due to appear in court tomorrow.
Police in Suffolk have charged a man with murder following the death of a 40-year-old in Mildenhall.
Paul Bone, who lived in the town, was found stabbed to death at a property in Pembroke Close early on Friday morning.
Last night, officers charged 49-year-old Andrew Turner, from Pembroke Close, Mildenhall, with murder.
He is due to appear at Bury St Edmunds Magistrates' Court tomorrow.A 45-year-old woman, from Mildenhall, who was also arrested on suspicion of murder, remains in custody.
Anyone with information should contact the Joint Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man died in a small market town.
Police were called to a property in Pembroke Close in Mildenhall, Suffolk, at around 12.50am today following a call from paramedics who were tending an injured man. He died later at the scene, Suffolk Constabulary said.
A 45-year-old woman and a 49-year-old man, both from Mildenhall, were arrested on suspicion of murder and are being questioned at Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre.
Officers remained at the scene this morning as an investigation into the man's death unfolded.
The Unite Union is calling for action to save 240 jobs at Marshall in Cambridge.
Unite are asking the city's MP Julian Huppert to put pressure on his Liberal Democrat colleague, the Business Secretary Vince Cable, to support Marshall.
Up to 240 jobs are under threat at the company's aerospace and defence divisions, and at the company's site in Mildenhall.
Marshall is Cambridge's biggest private employer, but has been hit by a decline in Ministry of Defence contracts.
Unite say the threat of job losses is particularly hard on workers in the run up to Christmas.
“Cambridge can’t afford to lose these skilled engineering jobs – the city needs a balanced economy and can’t rely on the two universities, Addenbrooke’s hospital and the companies operating in Silicon Fen. It also needs a strong manufacturing and engineering base.
“Unite will be fighting very hard to retain as many jobs as possible at Marshall in the days and weeks ahead.”