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Referendum: UK to leave, but Cambridge votes to remain in the EU

In a local result which did not reflect the final outcome of yesterday's EU Referendum, where Leave won by 52% to 48%, Cambridge resolutely (73.8%) voted to remain in the European Union.

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Brexit vote result: what it means - Taylor Vinters

As a historic ‘Brexit’ comes to pass - with the UK voting to leave the European Union (EU) - the ramifications for ambitious businesses considering overseas expansion could be considerable.

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Economy sets sail to the unknown as UK votes to exit the EU

Commenting on today’s EU referendum result for the UK to leave the European Union, Yael Selfin, Head of Macroeconomics, KPMG UK, said: “The Brexit vote will see the UK economy navigating in extremely turbulent waters over the coming months, as the initial shock waves touch all parts of the UK economy and reach much further afield.

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TWI celebrates National Women in Engineering Day

Heidi Allen, MP for South Cambridgeshire, joined TWI’s Dr Isabel Hadley and around 60 staff to celebrate National Women in Engineering Day. The event also saw the launch by the organisation’s professional division The Welding Institute, of the new Women in Engineering Group.

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Losing the conditional tense

Unlike politics, science should not be black and white, says The Scientific Alliance.

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Cambridge is a special backdrop for Hospice campaign video viewed by more than 20,000

Cambridge is helping to cause a buzz around Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s new awareness campaign: TEAM ARTHUR.

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Would you live in a city made of bone?

The cities of today are built with concrete and steel – but some Cambridge researchers think that the cities of the future need to go back to nature if they are to support an ever-expanding population, while keeping carbon emissions under control.

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Stone King achieves Investors in People Gold Standard

Cambridge law firm Stone King has been awarded the prestigious Investors in People Gold Standard - the highest level possible in the award scheme.

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Council tackles discrimination and helps residents access services

Cambridge City Council continues to demonstrate its commitment to tackling discrimination and harassment in Cambridge, and removing the barriers that prevent some Cambridge residents and visitors from accessing services, activities and facilities in the city.

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Birketts further boosts specialist franchising team

Vicki Mitman has joined the Corporate and Commercial Services Team at top 100 law firm Birketts as an Associate.

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