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housing.jpgSpeaking in the Commons Daniel Zeichner MP highlighted how the Cambridge News has run a series of articles about the impact of the housing crisis in high-cost cities like Cambridge.

Zeichner Quizzes Minister on 'Pay to Stay'

Speaking in the Commons Daniel Zeichner MP highlighted how the Cambridge News has run a series of articles about the impact of the housing crisis in high-cost cities like Cambridge. Read more

Local MP Daniel Zeichner swapped the benches of the House of Commons for the pumps at the Cambridge Beer Festival.

MP pulls pints instead of votes

Local MP Daniel Zeichner swapped the benches of the House of Commons for the pumps at the Cambridge Beer Festival. Read more

Labour’s big red battle bus will be in Cambridge as part of the campaign for Britain to remain in the EU.

The bus, emblazoned with the words “vote remain, 23 June” and is on a nationwide tour visiting 100 towns and cities. Labour MPs Kate Green and Caroline Flint were on board the bus and were welcomed to Cambridge by Daniel Zeichner MP and Richard Howitt MEP.

Labour’s Big Red EU battle bus to roll into Cambridge

Labour’s big red battle bus will be in Cambridge as part of the campaign for Britain to remain in the EU. The bus, emblazoned with the words “vote remain, 23... Read more

bike.jpgFigures uncovered by Daniel Zeichner MP show that funding for cycling is set to fall by 70 percent within five years.  

Government's "cycling revolution" stalls as funding to drop by 70

Figures uncovered by Daniel Zeichner MP show that funding for cycling is set to fall by 70 percent within five years.   Read more

queens_speech_interview.jpgResponding to the Queen’s Speech, Daniel Zeichner MP said: "This is a Tory Government running out of steam re-announcing ideas we've heard time and time again.

Daniel Zeichner MP responds to Queen's Speech

Responding to the Queen’s Speech, Daniel Zeichner MP said: "This is a Tory Government running out of steam re-announcing ideas we've heard time and time again. Read more

As ministers prepare to make decision on application to lift the ban, pressure is building to keep neonicotinoids off Cambridgeshire’s fields this summer

Neonicotinoids have been restricted across the Europe Union since 2013 due to mounting evidence that they pose a risk to bees. Bees are responsible for pollinating two thirds of the food we eat. But the National Farmers Union (NFU) has applied to the government to lift the ban in some parts of the country. Ministers are currently considering their application.

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Government Bee-Ware: Cambridge MP vows to keep ban on bee harming pesticides

As ministers prepare to make decision on application to lift the ban, pressure is building to keep neonicotinoids off Cambridgeshire’s fields this summer Neonicotinoids have been restricted across the Europe... Read more

Cambridge Stop The War Coalition’s petition was today handed in to the Ministry of Defence by local MP Daniel Zeichner.

The 700+ strong petition urges the government to 'Stop bombing Syria'.
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Cambridge petition delivered to MOD

Cambridge Stop The War Coalition’s petition was today handed in to the Ministry of Defence by local MP Daniel Zeichner. The 700+ strong petition urges the government to 'Stop bombing... Read more

vote_remain_lab.jpgLabour has today launched its referendum short campaign. What happens in Cambridge between now and 23rd June will play a decisive role in the result.

Labour is clear that Britain is better off in Europe. Our membership of the European Union brings us jobs, growth and investment, protects British workers and consumers and helps keep us safe. Leaving would put that at risk and diminish Britain’s influence in the world.

Britain’s EU membership supports jobs, investment and growth and makes us better off:
Over three million British jobs are linked to our trade with the EU.
The EU is by far the UK’s largest trading partner and the world’s largest single market.

Almost half of our exports go to EU countries, worth over £220 billion a year to the UK economy, and over 200,000 British companies export to the EU.
We receive an average of £24 billion of investment every year from other EU countries, the equivalent of £66 million per day.

Official Treasury figures show that households would, on average, be worse off by around £4,300 a year if Britain left the EU.

 

Labour is in for Britain

Labour has today launched its referendum short campaign. What happens in Cambridge between now and 23rd June will play a decisive role in the result. Labour is clear that Britain... Read more

vote_labour.jpgToday is your chance to vote for a Labour councillor and a Labour Police and Crime Commissioner.

Labour councillors in Cambridge are protecting vital services that our city residents need most and making our city fairer and safer despite huge Tory government cuts.

Vote Labour today

Today is your chance to vote for a Labour councillor and a Labour Police and Crime Commissioner. Labour councillors in Cambridge are protecting vital services that our city residents need... Read more

Local MP Daniel Zeichner has expressed the anger and fears of Anglia Ruskin student nurses in the Commons today.

The Government plan to scrap bursaries for student nurses so they pay the entire bill for their training, even though they spend half of their training time working for the NHS on hospital wards.

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MP calls on Government to help Cambridge student nurses

Local MP Daniel Zeichner has expressed the anger and fears of Anglia Ruskin student nurses in the Commons today. The Government plan to scrap bursaries for student nurses so they... Read more

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