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Family pays tribute to 99-year-old killed in Peterborough crash

Lillian Clark Credit: Cambridgeshire Police

A family has paid tribute to a 99-year-old woman who died in a crash in Peterborough.

Lillian Clark died after being hit by a car in Davids Lane, Werrington, on Wednesday (May 15).

The driver of the car was unhurt and no arrests were made.

Lillian’s family said: “She was a much loved and dear auntie, great auntie and great-great auntie. We are all devastated by her recent passing in such tragic circumstances.”

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Date announced for Peterborough by-election

Fiona Onasanya is no longer Peterborough's MP Credit: .

A by-election will take place in Peterborough on June 6 after Fiona Onasanya was removed as the city's MP.

It follows a recall petition in which 27% of her constituents decided they no longer wanted her to represent them.

Onasanya was convicted of perverting the course of justice after lying about a speeding ticket and served a short jail sentence.

She will be able to stand as an independent candidate in the by-election but has not yet announced whether she intends to.

Recall petition result: Fiona Onasanya no longer Peterborough's MP

Fiona Onasanya Credit: ITV News Anglia

Peterborough's MP Fiona Onasanya has been stripped of her position in the House of Commons after 27% of her constituents decided they no longer wanted her representing them.

A recall petition has been running in the town, with signing stations closed earlier this evening.

It follows her conviction for perverting the course of justice after she lied about a speeding offence.

Ten per cent of eligible voters needed to sign the petition for it to force a by-election.

Posh player Toney sent racist message online

Peterborough United's Ivan Toney Credit: Press Association

Peterborough United striker Ivan Toney has become the latest football player to be subjected to racist abuse.

Toney, who scored twice for Peterborough against Portsmouth last night at Fratton Park, received a racist message on social media.

It follows a spate of recent incidents. England players Danny Rose and Raheem Sterling were abused during an England game in Montenegro.

Peterborough United issued a statement saying they were aware of the message. They said it was "wholly unacceptable" and they would be reporting it to the football authorities, social networks and the police.

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