Long-serving Cambridgeshire MP gets knighthood

The South East Cambridgeshire MP James Paice has been made a knight after leaving the government in the reshuffle Credit: Yves Logghe/AP/Press Association Images

Cambridgeshire MP James Paice has left the government in David Cameron's reshuffle and been awarded a knighthood.

Mr Paice was the farming minister and had served in many ministerial and shadow ministerial roles since he became MP for South East Cambridgeshire in 1987.

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