Vulnerable road users need priority during construction work - Manning

Cyclists and pedestrians must be given greater protection during any future construction work in the city with road restrictions applied to motorists instead. Read more

Councillor's late-night stakeout to stop speeding lorries

Cambridge City Councillor, Valerie Holt has been staging a late night stakeout to catch lorry drivers speeding through the city’s Huntingdon Road.   Read more

City's preferred reform plan sidelined

Cambridge City Council's cherished aim for a Greater Cambridge Unitary Council has been side-lined according to city Liberal Democrats. Read more

Lib Dems call for strong action to reverse Kora library deal

Cambridge Liberal Democrats are calling for strong action on the controversial deal to hand over a major part of the city’s main library to private company, Kora. Read more

Taxpayers face £11.7bn payback for Labour's private health deals

Controversial deals signed by Labour which allowed private companies to run hospitals, including those at Peterborough and Huntingdon, will cost taxpayers £11.7 billion in repayments over the next Parliament. Read more

Huppert welcomes £2.5million boost for Air Ambulance under Lib Dem plan

Cambridgeshire’s Air Ambulance service would benefit from £2.5 million raised from under a plan revealed by the Liberal Democrats to make use of part of a fine levied under the Libor banking scandal. Read more

Julian praised for standing up for students and voting against tuition fees

Students across the country have praised Julian Huppert for voting against tuition fees and standing up for them in Parliament. Read more

Huppert joins lobby to get cleaners Living Wage

Julian Huppert is pushing Cambridge store, John Lewis to pay its cleaners the living wage and will join a peaceful lobby of customers on Saturday (May 2). Read more

Huppert scores another victory over Labour at student hustings

Liberal Democrat Julian Huppert scored another victory over Labour at the latest student hustings, with Labour falling into third place at the end of the debate. Read more

Student survey reflects Huppert's concerns over mental health

Many Cambridge University students have suffered some form of mental health problem and struggled to get the treatment they needed even though most sought help, a survey by Julian Huppert has discovered. Read more


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