Huppert welcomes decision to abandon BAS merger

2 November, 2012 No Comments

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has welcomed the news that the proposed British Antarctic Survey merger has been abandoned allowing...

Huppert presses government on commitment to green energy

1 November, 2012 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert has pressed the Prime Minister, David Cameron, on whether the government is committed to green energy...

Campaign to protect European policing support backed by Huppert

30 October, 2012 1 Comment

A national campaign calling on the government not to pull out of European cross-border policing and justice has won...

Huppert joins medical profession in condemning drug trial secrecy

30 October, 2012 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert has joined eminent doctors and researchers to raise concerns that patients are being put at risk...

Huppert welcomes city deal bid to drive growth

30 October, 2012 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert has welcomed the chance for Cambridge to bid for more government funding and radical new powers...

Huppert calls for climate change debate after Clarke’s blog

25 October, 2012 1 Comment

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has called for a Parliamentary debate on evidence informed policy after Cambridgeshire County Council Leader,...

Huppert joins debate on Human Rights Act

25 October, 2012 No Comments

Amnesty International Cambridge City group is hosting a public debate on the Human Rights Act. Putting forward the motion...

Government decision to delay badger cull welcomed by Huppert

25 October, 2012 No Comments

A government decision to delay a planned badger cull has been welcomed by Cambridge MP Julian Huppert. Julian has always...

Huppert’s Bill to protect pubs and shops gets its Second Reading

24 October, 2012 No Comments

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert’s Bill giving greater protection to pubs and independent shops receives its second reading in Parliament...

Huppert backs call to give city council staff living wage

23 October, 2012 No Comments

A call for Cambridge City Council workers to be paid at least the living wage has been backed by...