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Big changes on the horizon as 20 county councillors won't seek re election in MayThere could be big changes afoot as some big hitters prepare to depart from their posts at the council15:00, 31 MAR 2017There could be big changes on the way how will the county look after May? Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailAs elections loom, 20 county councillors have announced their decision not to stand for re election.
This could have some interesting implications in and how much does a kate spade purse cost around the city. On May 4, people will have the chance to decide who kate spade cyber monday 2016 will kate spade bags on sale represent them.Elections are looming in Cambridgeshire, and it's time to make sure you're registered to voteIn and around the city Cambridge's Ed Cearns, who represents Market for the Lib Dems won't be restanding, neither will Labour's Cllr Ashley Walsh, who represents Petersfield. These are both major figures on the county council and it will be interesting to see what happens next.Labour's Cllr Zoe Moghadas won't be standing again in Romsey, neither will Cllr Fiona Onasanya in King's Hedges. Labour's Cllr Paul Sales from Arbury will also be stepping down.Ely progressive alliance wants to shake up county politicsThe Lib Dems' Barbara Ashwood will be standing down in Trumpington in Cambridge, which could be poised for change as the population there has grown (and is growing) at a tremendous rate.Maurice Leeke, Lib Dem councillor in Waterbeach, will also be stepping down.Ladbrokes reveals odds on favourite to win Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral raceSouth Conservatives Gail Kenney and Tony Orgee are standing down from their posts in kate spade travel wallet sale Sawston.North and East The conservatives' David Brown in Burwell, and Conservative Cllr James Palmer, who represents Soham and Fordham villages, will be standing down so he can concentrate on mayoral race in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.Conservative, Mike Rouse, is going from Ely North and East, while Conservative Mike Tew from Warboys and Upwood will also step down.UKIP's Daniel Divine will retire from his post in Littleport and Alan Lay will step down from Roman Bank and Peckover.
A well as this, Gordon Gillick who represents Waldersey, will be saying goodbye.'Cambridge should have metro system like Barcelona'Further afield The Conservatives' Ralph Butcher will not be seeking re election in Whittlesey South, and the Conservatives' John Clark is stepping down in March West. Conservative Stephen Frost will step down in Hardwick, and Conservative David Harty of Little Paxton and St Neots North will also be bidding his seat at the council adieu.
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