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The top Cambridgeshire news on Friday October 15th

Only one story dominated the news agenda today (October 15th).

When Jo Cox was killed, we hoped that the news of the murder of an MP would never repeat itself.

Unfortunately, Sir David Amess MP’s brutal stabbing has a terrible echo of this terrible crime.

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Of course we covered the story for Cambridgeshire Live and showed you the local reaction.

However, there are many other things in our round-up of the region’s top stories today.

In case you missed any of the big local stories today, scroll down to catch up.

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Here are the stories you might have missed on October 15th:

Cambs politicians pay tribute to MPs after being stabbed by a knife

Rep. Sir David Amess was stabbed to death on Friday during an operation in the Essex constituency.

But the brutal killings made headlines everywhere.

Cambridgeshire was no exception, with honors from across the political spectrum.

In response to the death of Sir David Amess, Daniel draftsman MP said: “Sir David and I were from different parties and had different views on each other.

“I liked him very much and will miss him very much. This is a very sad day for everyone who knew David, and it is also important to note that attacks like this one make it even harder for our democracy to function effectively.”

Whole story.

The tragic love story behind the spirits of Corpus Christi

Stories of things that rumble in the night tend to be scary.

But what if two young lovers in the afterlife spent eternity together and those scary noises actually come from a happy place?

The sixth oldest college at Cambridge University, Corpus Christi, is said to be haunted by a number of ghosts.

If you hear two pairs of footsteps echoing down the college hallways in the dark hours, you may have come across the apparitions of two young lovers from the late 17th century.

Read the full story.

Teacher cannot come to work after bicycle theft

Sally Warrington of Ekin Road, Fen Ditton, had her electric bike stolen.

She said: “I have to be able to come to work every day, so the bike is a lifeline for me.”

Sally Warrington, a teaching assistant at a special school in Cambridge, has her electric bike stolen and has to take the bus across Cambridge to work.

She hopes a public appeal can reunite her with him.

“I would love to have it again, but I don’t know if that will happen,” she added.

What she said in full.

The cozy Cambs pubs that you absolutely have to visit this fall

We made our way to the TripAdvisor review site to compile a list of the coziest pubs in Cambridgeshire along with our own cuddle rating.

Prepare to snuggle up with a mulled wine or two.

Our guide is there.

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Family memories after the death of the great-grandfather in an accident

Dennis George, 84, of Churchill Road, Gorefield, Wisbech, died in hospital last week after an accident on the A141 March bypass in September.

A Peugeot 206 and a white Opel Astra were involved in the accident.

The Peugeot driver, a 50-year-old woman from Wisbech, was rushed to Peterborough City Hospital that day. Unfortunately, she later died of her injuries.

The driver of the Astra, Dennis, was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, where he died last week.

His family paid him tribute: “Denny was a loving, caring family man who enjoyed nothing more than spending time with his wife, three sons and grandchildren.”

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