Huppert fights to protect Milton Road at City Deal Assembly

Julian_Huppert_(Stock_Photo)_2012.jpgCambridge MP Julian Huppert will welcome the extra funding and opportunities the City Deal brings but warn that plans should not damage the character of Cambridge when he attends the first meeting of the Greater Cambridge City Deal Assembly this afternoon (Monday, January 12), 

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County health care to get extra £20m - Huppert welcomes news

YQ5J9859.jpgMP Julian Huppert has welcomed the news that Cambridgeshire health services are to get an extra £20 million this year.

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Huppert fights to bring Hinchingbrooke Hospital back to NHS

Hinchingbrooke.jpgMP Julian Huppert is fighting to bring Hinchingbrooke Hospital back into public management after private healthcare firm, Circle announced plans to pull out.

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Huppert called in to help families in footpath fight

IMG_0868.JPGFamilies living in new houses in Cambridge are fighting a major development company which they claim has failed to make safe a path near their homes.

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Julian meets with Highways Officer to discuss illegal use of footpath by cyclists

Highways.jpgA pensioner who has been knocked off his feet by cyclists riding on a Cambridge footpath has called on Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert to help make the area safer.

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Huppert acts to help dance students caught in no-man's land

YQ5J9852.jpgCambridge dance students may have to give up their studies having found themselves caught in “no man’s land” when it comes to getting cash help from the government.

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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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