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Huppert calls for rail fares to be made more affordable

mat-smith-photography-portrait-julian-huppert-mp-westminster.jpgCambridge MP Julian Huppert has continued his campaign to reduce rail fares, and has tabled an Early Day Motion (EDM) in Parliament ahead of the latest increase coming into effect, saying that rail fares are already too high and need to be reduced in real terms, to make train travel more affordable for commuters and other railway users.

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Huppert welcomes £6bn investment to improve local roads

yellowtieheadshot.jpgMP Julian Huppert has welcomed the recent announcement by the Department of Transport that a record £6bn will be spent on improving local roads and pot holes around the country, including the Cambridge area.

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Huppert backs call to safeguard refuges for domestic violence victims

Julian_portrait_web.JPGMP Julian Huppert has backed a call to the government to make sure women suffering domestic violence and their children have a safe place to go.

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Huppert welcomes news city could get £5m New Homes Bonus

DSC04537.JPGMP Julian Huppert has welcomed the news that Cambridge could receive almost £5 million in New Homes Bonus from the government, as well as £4.2 million going to Cambridgeshire County Council.

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Huppert welcomes month on month fall in unemployment

julian_at_westminster_desk.jpgCambridge’s unemployment figures continue to fall and more and more young people are finding work.

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Huppert welcomes end to detention of mentally ill teenagers in police cells

mat-smith-photography-portrait-julian-huppert-mp-westminster.jpgMP Julian Huppert, who has been campaigning to improve treatment of people with mental health problems, has welcomed news that reforms are to be announced by the Home Secretary.

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Average age at South Area Committee plummets

The average age of attendees at South Area committee was markedly lower last week, as two groups of young people took part. The first was a group from the 27th Cambridge Scouts, who had come along to ask if a road crossing could be installed on the route from their headquarters in Cherry Hinton. One of the Scouts asked about this during the “Open Forum” saying that they had considered the different options, and had believed that a zebra crossing would provide the best approach.

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Anger at Busway lighting delay

The path alongside the Guided Buway has provided a valuable option for both pedestrains and cyclists since day one. As the housing on the southern fringe is completed, the Addenbrookes campus expands, and Cambridge Assessments new offices are built it will only become more important.

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