Huppert takes concerns of private rental tenants to Parliament

26 June, 2014 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert has raised in Parliament the concerns of tenants renting from private landlords highlighting the importance of...

Huppert pushes Treasury to tighten tax laws on big business

25 June, 2014 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert has pushed the Treasury to tighten tax laws such as those which allowed Starbucks, Amazon and...

Huppert backs campaign to Stop Torture

25 June, 2014 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert is backing the launch of a campaign by the Cambridge branch of Amnesty International to Stop...

MP demands Government rule out targets for benefit sanctions

24 June, 2014 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert pressed the government yesterday (Monday, June 23) on benefit sanctions after fears that targets may at...

Huppert wins fairer deal for tenants told to move out by Labour

24 June, 2014 No Comments

Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has won a fairer deal for tenants who were told by the Labour government to...

Julian joins youngsters to celebrate National School Sport Week

23 June, 2014 No Comments

MP Julian Huppert will join the celebration at Cambridge’s Castle School on Friday (June 27) to mark National School...

Huppert pushes green energy as Britain’s investment doubles

20 June, 2014 No Comments

Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert has quizzed the government on how it plans to drive forward its investment in low...

Julian backs charity searching for super hero life-savers

20 June, 2014 No Comments

Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert is backing national charity Anthony Nolan in its search for super heroes from the city...

County gets £1.9m for pothole repairs after Huppert takes issue to Westminster

20 June, 2014 No Comments

Cambridgeshire is to get £1.9 million from the government to repair 36,000 potholes on the county’s roads just four...

Huppert raises early learning fears with Government

18 June, 2014 No Comments

Concerns from Cambridge teachers and academics that children may be forced to start formal learning too early under Education...