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Paul Fisher joined Iliffe Media as Group Audience Development Manager in 2019. He has previously worked at regional newspapers across the UK as Editor, Group Editor and Managing Editor.

Boris Johnson confidence vote: How do you want your MP to vote?

06 June 2022
Boris Johnson confidence vote: How do you want your MP to vote?

Boris Johnson confidence vote: How do you want your MP to vote?

06 June 2022

A confidence vote in PM Boris Johnson will be held today after enough Tory MPs submitted letters asking for a poll - how would you vote?


People with a cold urged to ‘stay home and avoid contact’ under new guidance

30 March 2022
People with a cold urged to ‘stay home and avoid contact’ under new guidance

People with a cold urged to ‘stay home and avoid contact’ under new guidance

30 March 2022

Government ministers have issued new guidance for people after lifting Covid-19 restrictions.


Extent of damage revealed as lorry smashes through central reservation

21 January 2022
Extent of damage revealed as lorry smashes through central reservation

Extent of damage revealed as lorry smashes through central reservation

21 January 2022

The A1 near Stamford remains partially closed after a lorry jack-knifed through the central reservation.


Traffic chaos as lorry hits central reservation on A1

21 January 2022
Traffic chaos as lorry hits central reservation on A1

Traffic chaos as lorry hits central reservation on A1

21 January 2022

There are major delays for drivers on the A1 at Stamford.


What you can do from today as further restrictions are eased

10 May 2021
What you can do from today as further restrictions are eased

What you can do from today as further restrictions are eased

10 May 2021

The PM has confirmed the third stage of the lockdown roadmap is going ahead from Monday allowing people to meet in larger groups, mix indoors and hug.


Petition calling for a second EU referendum so popular the website keeps crashing

24 June 2016
Petition calling for a second EU referendum so popular the website keeps crashing

Petition calling for a second EU referendum so popular the website keeps crashing

24 June 2016

A petition calling for a second EU referendum is proving so popular the website keeps crashing.


UPDATED: Major six vehicle accident closes A1M

27 April 2016
UPDATED: Major six vehicle accident closes A1M

UPDATED: Major six vehicle accident closes A1M

27 April 2016

A major six vehicle accident closed the A1M southbound between Yaxley and Peterborough this evening, Wednesday April 27.


UPDATE: A1 between Stamford and Grantham reopens after lorry and car crash

05 January 2016
UPDATE: A1 between Stamford and Grantham reopens after lorry and car crash

UPDATE: A1 between Stamford and Grantham reopens after lorry and car crash

05 January 2016

A two vehicle crash closed the A1 northbound between Stamford and Grantham this morning, Tuesday January 5.


UPDATE: Missing Market Deeping man found

23 December 2015
UPDATE: Missing Market Deeping man found

UPDATE: Missing Market Deeping man found

23 December 2015

Ryan Patrick, who was reported missing from the Market Deeping area yesterday, has been found safe and well.A police spokesman said: “Many thanks to all the public and press for sharing the appeal to find him.”


Delays of up to 90 minutes to Peterborough trains after man is killed

22 December 2015
Delays of up to 90 minutes to Peterborough trains after man is killed

Delays of up to 90 minutes to Peterborough trains after man is killed

22 December 2015

There are delays to trains between Peterborough and London King’s Cross this afternoon, Tuesday, December 21, after a man was struck by a train.


Aldi and Tesco issue warnings about fake discount coupons

21 December 2015
Aldi and Tesco issue warnings about fake discount coupons

Aldi and Tesco issue warnings about fake discount coupons

21 December 2015

Two major supermarkets are today warning its customers not to be fooled by fake money off vouchers posted online and on social media.


Chaos on A1 near Stamford after two accidents on opposite sides of the carriageway

20 November 2015
Chaos on A1 near Stamford after two accidents on opposite sides of the carriageway

Chaos on A1 near Stamford after two accidents on opposite sides of the carriageway

20 November 2015

There’s chaos on the A1 near Stamford after accidents at the same spot this afternoon, Friday November 20.


Met Office warning for gales today and tomorrow as storm Barney moves in

16 November 2015
Met Office warning for gales today and tomorrow as storm Barney moves in

Met Office warning for gales today and tomorrow as storm Barney moves in

16 November 2015

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for high wind and gales across southern and eastern England today, Tuesday November 17 and tomorrow.


10 products from major retailers recalled this week because of safety fears

10 November 2015
10 products from major retailers recalled this week because of safety fears

10 products from major retailers recalled this week because of safety fears

10 November 2015

Major retailers including Sainsbury’s, IKEA, Next, Asda and Aldi have recalled products this week due to health and safety concerns.


Serious collision and oil spill shuts A15

05 November 2015
Serious collision and oil spill shuts A15

Serious collision and oil spill shuts A15

05 November 2015

UPDATE - The A15 in Lincolnshire remains closed this afternoon following a multiple vehicle collision near Aslackby this morning.


Why you will want to take an umbrella to bonfire night and weekend fireworks displays

05 November 2015
Why you will want to take an umbrella to bonfire night and weekend fireworks displays

Why you will want to take an umbrella to bonfire night and weekend fireworks displays

05 November 2015

If you’re heading out to a fireworks display this bonfire night or weekend you may want to take a brolly and welly boots with you.


Advice from Peterborough travel company Thomas Cook as it cancels all Sharm el Sheikh flights and holidays

05 November 2015
Advice from Peterborough travel company Thomas Cook as it cancels all Sharm el Sheikh flights and holidays

Advice from Peterborough travel company Thomas Cook as it cancels all Sharm el Sheikh flights and holidays

05 November 2015

Peterborough based travel giant Thomas Cook has cancelled all holidays to Sharm el Sheikh in Egypt in the wake of the Russian Metrojet disaster.


A15 in Peterborough shut after car flips over

29 September 2015
A15 in Peterborough shut after car flips over

A15 in Peterborough shut after car flips over

29 September 2015

A three vehicle crash which saw a car overturn closed the A15 in Peterborough this morning.


YOUR PHOTOS: Our readers capture the Super Blood Moon

28 September 2015
YOUR PHOTOS: Our readers capture the Super Blood Moon

YOUR PHOTOS: Our readers capture the Super Blood Moon

28 September 2015

It may have been the small hours of the morning, but that did not stop skywatchers across eastern England observing the Super Blood Moon.


Day of disruption on trains between Peterborough and Stevenage after police deal with sudden death at St Neots train station

14 September 2015
Day of disruption on trains between Peterborough and Stevenage after police deal with sudden death at St Neots train station

Day of disruption on trains between Peterborough and Stevenage after police deal with sudden death at St Neots train station

14 September 2015

Commuters have faced delays of between 30 and 90 minutes on trains between Peterborough and Stevenage this afternoon, Monday September 14, as police dealt with a sudden death.


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