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- Votes: 22,334
- Vote share %: 46.7
- Vote share change: -0.1
- Votes: 19,754
- Vote share %: 41.3
- Vote share change: -6.7
Liberal DemocratBeki Sellick
- Votes: 2,334
- Vote share %: 4.9
- Vote share change: +1.5
The Brexit PartyMike Greene
- Votes: 2,127
- Vote share %: 4.4
- Vote share change: +4.4
- Votes: 728
- Vote share %: 1.5
- Vote share change: -0.3
- Votes: 260
- Vote share %: 0.5
- Vote share change: +0.5
Christian Peoples AllianceTom Rogers
- Votes: 151
- Vote share %: 0.3
- Vote share change: +0.3
Monster Raving Loony PartyThe Very Raving Mr P
- Votes: 113
- Vote share %: 0.2
- Vote share change: +0.2
Change compared with 2017
- CON majority: 2,580
- Registered voters: 72,560
- Change since 2017: -0.9
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The father of Peterborough MP Paul Bristow passed away at home with a brain tumour.
A company that makes 3-D printers in Peterborough is putting its expertise to good use - creating parts for protective face shields for frontline health workers.
Engineers at Photocentric are using the machines they build to produce up to 10,000 "separators" for visors a day.
The hope is to create 100,000 a week.
A shortage of PPE (personal protective equipment) is a major issue for frontline health staff as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
"The NHS has been deluged with offers," said managing director Paul Holt.
"We decided to just do it ourselves. We can print it, manufacture it digitally and make it in scale and at cost."
He said the firm has received orders from several hospitals, private businesses who want to donate - as well as from across Europe and America.
The Magpas Air Ambulance service is calling for help with funding and equipment so that it can keep running at its usual frequency.
The charity, which operates across the East of England, is estimating its income over the coming months will be £200,000 lower than previously expected - an amount it says would normally allow it to respond to more than 60 patients.
Three men facing terrorism offences over the alleged sharing or possession of videos and magazines produced by so-called Islamic State, have appeared in court.
Mohamed Ismail, 23, of Harrow north-west London, and Muhammed Tahir, 19, of Peterborough, were charged with disseminating a terrorist publication, contrary to the Terrorism Act 2006.
Mr Ismail's charges relate to the alleged sharing online of two videos including one entitled Religion Of Kufr Is One while Mr Tahir is accused of allegedly posting a video online called Flames Of World War II.
Mohammed Saeed, 21 from Manchester, has been accused of five counts of possessing an article suspected to be for a purpose connected to terrorism, namely five issues of the Islamic State magazine Rumiyah.
A 22-year-old arrested in north London as part of the same operation was released with no further action.
The three were remanded in custody following a hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Monday.
The people of Peterborough give their views after the city woke to its fourth MP in recent times.