Labour and the missing million - and a block of toilets

Mike_Pitt.jpgCambridge Labour Councillors managed to “lose” almost £1.5 million of taxpayers’ money from their budget plans – including cash to refurbish city toilets.

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Brookfields Hospital "Turnaround" welcomed by Huppert

YQ5J9880.jpgMP Julian Huppert has welcomed the turnaround at Cambridge’s Brookfields Hospital which was threatened with closure in 2007 but now has wards reopening next month.

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Huppert and Lloyd push to change cruel drug law

YQ5J9883.jpgMP Julian Huppert will join former Cambridgeshire Chief Constable and International Drugs Policy Advisor, Tom Lloyd on Sunday (January 25) to push to change the “cruel” law on medicinal cannabis.

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Huppert wins government support for cycling and walking strategy

DSC04611.JPGMP Julian Huppert has received government support for his call for a long-term commitment to cycling and walking.

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Huppert says no to fracking

YQ5J9852.jpgMP Julian Huppert is continuing to oppose fracking, ahead of the debate and votes in Parliament on Monday.

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Huppert pushes for Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy

Julian_Huppert_(Cycling)_2012_small.JPGCambridge MP Julian Huppert is pushing for a cycling and walking investment strategy to be written into new laws governing the country’s infrastructure.

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MP calls for better protection for University students against sex attacks

yellowtieheadshot2..jpgCambridge MP Julian Huppert is calling for university students to be better protected against the danger of sexual assault after figures revealed that one in three had been assaulted.

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Joel is inspired to help homeless after MP's appeal

Music therapist, Joel Huffman, 24 gave up his Christmas morning to donate food to Cambridge’s homeless people after being inspired by a call from city MP Julian Huppert to support the Wintercomfort charity.

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Huppert fights for a fairer deal for care workers

YQ5J9852.jpgMP Julian Huppert is fighting to get a fairer deal for care workers and has called on the government to make it easier for people to report employers failing to pay at least the minimum wage.

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Huppert joins cross-party debate on rail travel as he fights to reduce rail fares

YQ5J9883.jpgMP Julian Huppert, who has been lobbying the government to reduce rail fares, will join a cross-party debate on Friday (January 16) on the issue.

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