The Cambridge MP calls on the MoD to release its full report into training Libyan cadets, after five were jailed.
Two violent Cambridge United fans are banned from UK matches and England internationals for three years.
The family of former F1 test driver Maria De Villota says it may take legal action over her crash due to "irregularities" on the day of the accident.
Police refuse to comment on how a cold case murder investigation is progressing after the last of three men arrested is released from bail.
National League side Grimsby Town sign defender Richard Tait on a one-year deal following his release by Cambridge.
Ultra-cyclist Shusanah Pillinger becomes the first solo British woman to complete the Race Across America.
Peterborough defender Michael Smith says his side must win promotion for next season to be deemed a success.
Three people are taken to hospital and two others are injured as six cars and a lorry collide on the 14 near Histon.
European gold medallist Louis Smith is pleased with his preparations for the Rio Olympics, despite the impact on his body.
More than 5,000 drivers have been caught speeding on a section of the A14 in Cambridgeshire since April 2014, it emerges.
New guidelines that aim to improve end of life care could be issued nationwide following a trial in hospitals in the East of England.
Artist plea over hand-crafted felt poppies
Dozens of people will be whipping out their scythes and ripping off their shirts for a spot of "Poldarking" at a National Trust festival.
The car of former F1 test driver Maria De Villota was "fighting" her moments before she crashed into a lorry, documents show.
A mechanic is trapped in his car and a nature reserve is shut to the public by bees swarming in Peterborough.
BBC Look East visits Newmarket after news that Sir Henry Cecil's widow will retire from training at the end of the Flat season, and her late husband's base in the town will be sold.
Cancer Research UK is investing £15m in its research hubs in Oxford, Cambridge and Manchester.
The second phase of plans to create Britain's biggest new town since the 1960s are given the go-ahead.
Ten people are arrested in England and Northern Ireland in a suspected £4m VAT and money laundering fraud.