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Mark Warburton possible candidate for Posh manager

Brentford manager Mark Warburton. Credit: PA Images

Brentford manager Mark Warburton has emerged today as a possible candidate to take over as Peterborough manager, following Darren Ferguson's resignation.

Grant McCann remains the bookies' favourite, despite being ruled out of contention by Darragh MacAnthony - the Posh Chairman says he is looking for someone with more experience.

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Woman jailed for killing the parents of Peterborough boy in A47 crash

Stephen, Lucas and Samantha Durber. Credit: Durber family

A woman has been jailed for 12 months for killing the parents of a three-year-old boy from Peterborough.

Debra Weston from Nottingham was also handed a three-year driving ban after admitting two charges of causing death by careless driving.

Stephen and Samantha Durber were killed in the crash on the A47 near Sutton in August 2013.

Three-year-old Lucas survived.

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Mother of murdered Peterborough boy wins battle to get police to review the case

Ruth Neave at a press conference back in November. Credit: ITV News Anglia

20 years after she was cleared of her son's murder, a mother from Cambridgeshire has won her battle to get police to review the case.

Rikki Neave.

Ruth Neave claimed there had been a 'large and widespread cover-up' by police in the wake of her six-year-old son Rikki's death.

Detectives now say they'll review the investigation.

Railway expert fights plans to close a number of crossing on the East Coast Mainline

A railway expert is fighting plans to close a number of road crossings on the East Coast Mainline.

Robin Jones says the proposed closures from the Peterborough area down to Stevenage are an unnecessary cost cutting measure.

But Network Rail says it will make the line safer as well as reducing the chances of crossings being misused by motorists.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes

Search for missing man in Cambridgeshire

John Brophy Credit: Cambridgeshire police

Cambridgeshire police is appealing for help to find a man who has been missing from his home in Thorpe Meadows, Peterborough.

John Brophy who lives alone was last seen on January 8th.

He was reported missing on the 12th January after he missed a medical appointment.

This is out of character for John and his family are keen for him to get in touch, if only to let them know he is ok."

– Det Sgt Kath McCready
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