Former Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson, who lost his seat to Labour in the 2017 general election, has announced he will not be standing again.
“It feels like the end of an era but I won’t be seeking the Conservative nomination in Peterborough for either by election or General Election,” he tweeted.
The Conservative party will choose its next Parliamentary candidate next month.
Richard Brown (pictured) held Eye, Thorney and Newborough ward in yesterday’s local elections, helping the Conservatives to take control of Peterborough City Council.
The council had previously been under no overall control.
The Conservatives held four seats, gained two from Labour and one from UKIP.
Results for Eye, Thorney and Newborough were:
Richard Brown (Conservative) 1,252
Christian Defeo (Labour) 666
Layton Mills (UKIP) 214
Michael Alexander (Green Party) of Wisbech Road, Thorney 105
Callum Robertson (Lib-Dem) 70