MP Julian Huppert has backed a petition calling for action to save the country’s disappearing wildlife.
Julian has added his name to the Vote for Bob campaign being run by the RSPB to flag up concerns over the declining numbers of plants and animals.Read more
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert will attend the laying of the foundation stone at Cambridge’s new £2 million synagogue this weekend.Read more
MP Julian Huppert will fight for changes to the controversial “bedroom tax” tomorrow (Friday, September 5) supporting a Liberal Democrat Bill which drives forward his call to make it fairer for families and the disabled.Read more
MP Julian Huppert, who has been proactive in pushing for a ban on the use of wild animals in circuses, is today (Wednesday, September 3) calling on the government to change the law.Read more
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert is promoting a new awards scheme aimed at marking the achievements of people who have forged stronger links between the UK and India.Read more
MP Julian Huppert has been discussing the issue that disabled people can pay up to an extra £1,000 a month just to live the same lives as everyone else.Read more
Apprentice Joshua Bird scored a winner when he landed a place with a Cambridge company with a World Cup connection.
And tomorrow (Tuesday, July 29) Joshua, 21, will meet Cambridge MP, Julian Huppert to tell him about his engineering apprenticeship with Sepura which designed radios for the World Cup in Brazil.Read more
MP Julian Huppert met students who have signed up for the National Citizen Service programme yesterday (Wednesday, August 20) at Cambridge’s Hills Road Sixth Form College.Read more
The East West Rail Consortium has published a report that shows that extending the East West Rail line from Oxford to Cambridge has real potential. It shows that the delivery of attractive new rail services between key locations could deliver substantial economic benefits and support significant growth in the East West Rail corridor.Read more
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has won a battle with the Home Office to get a leading language school’s licence reinstated after it was suspended for no reason.