Inside this week’s Boston Standard

Front page June 27
Front page June 27

Here’s a rundown of what we’ve got inside this week’s Boston Standard, on sale now:

*Fear for a tough future for Boston - CAB warns that people in the town are ‘fighting like heck’ to survive and are facing more pain with benefits changes

*Vote due to decide on possible anti-immigration protest march

*Mixed reaction to plans to scrap GCSEs by our head teachers

*Latest news from council immigration inquiry - GP, border official and council officers give their views on the impact

*Angry fishermen count the cost of two-day ban

*Vandal-hit Jubilee Fountain to return to park

*Olympic Torch route in full

*Chance to snap up tickets to our centenary show...plus take a look at some of the brilliant birthday offers we’ve got coming up next week in our bumper centenary edition on July 4

*National debate sparked by our ‘religions are fairy stories’ poster story

*Police numbers in Lincolnshire cut...but crime levels fall

*Impact of doctors’ strike on Boston

*Reporter Laura picks up some pom-poms and tries out cheerleading

*Picture specials from the weekend’s Latvian Festival and last week’s Lincolnshire Show

*IN SPORT: Is Julian Joachim set to make a return to the area with Boston Town?

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