Peterborough News 3rd September 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Friday 3rd September 2010.

The outgoing Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Police predicts dire consequences if a suggested budget cut of 40% is implemented. Stewart Jackson MP and Ruth Rodgers Chair of the Police Authority add comments.
Three men were arrested after a dramatic police chase and multi-vehicle crash ending in Eastfield Road.
Peterborough City Council is looking to shed 60 jobs from its Neighbourhoods Department as part of a restructuring process.

An explosion in a house on Bamber Street could be gas related.
A spokesman from the National Farmers Union adds his knowledge to the rural crime debate.
The Burghley Horse Trials are underway but horses are not the only attraction.
UK alcohol consumption is in decline according to the British Beer and Pub Association.
Peterborough United travel to Tranmere on Saturday.
Following his ejection from the Big Brother house, rapper Coolio was sighted in Tesco in Huntingdon.
The construction work in Cathedral Square has entered a new phase but remains incomplete.
Some early mist then another fine dry day with sunny periods and the occasional cloudier spell. Temp: 19C 66F. Tonight: 8C

Stewart Jackson MP.
Paul Phillipson Director of Operations Peterborough City Council.
Steve Thorpe Coolio Spotter.
Ruth Rodgers Chair Cambridgeshire Police Authority.
Steven Goldspink Crash Spotter.
Brian Finnerty NFU.
Pat Nevin 5Live Commentator.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Peter Swann
News: Louise Neill
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: John Law
Phones: Kerry Devine