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All sitting Labour councillors were re-elected and we won a seat we last won in 1967! We had 700 more votes than the Lib Dems across Cambridge. See Cambridge News here

Now your newly elected Labour councillors are getting straight down to work.

Fighting Poverty

Labour will always support the Living Wage and will fight the Tory cuts in social care

Protecting Education and Libraries

The Tories want to cut the budget for library books! Labour says it is a cut too far.

Tackling Congestion

Labour's campaign means an end to the daft £1 parking charge for Park and Ride.  Now your Labour Councillors will work with Daniel Zeichner for a new station at Addenbrooke's and fight for more innovative transport solutions.

Thank you from Labour Councillors for Your Local Elections Support!

All sitting Labour councillors were re-elected and we won a seat we last won in 1967! We had 700 more votes than the Lib Dems across Cambridge. See Cambridge News...

Daniel Zeichner took an hour out from campaigning to volunteer with Cambridge FoodCycle, a community group which serves a delicious lunch at Wesley Methodist Church every Saturday. They also serve hot food every first and third Wednesday evening of the month and Barnwell Baptist Church and on the last Thursday of the month at the Arbury Road Baptist Church.

The initiative is backed by the Jo Cox Foundation, which has asked all Parliamentary candidates to take an hour out of their busy campaign schedule to visit a community project that works to bring people together in their area. This is part of The Great Get Together, a project that has been inspired by Jo’s life.

Daniel Zeichner said: “It’s lovely to be be able to join the amazing volunteers at Cambridge FoodCycle this weekend.

“Having worked closely with them during my time representing Cambridge over the last two years I appreciate the opportunity to put a shift in and show that we really do have more that unites us than divides us - just like Jo would have wanted.”

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Daniel Zeichner took an hour out from campaigning to volunteer with Cambridge FoodCycle, a community group which serves a delicious lunch at Wesley Methodist Church every Saturday. They also serve...

Cambridge Labour candidate Daniel Zeichner today slammed the Conservative Party General Election manifesto saying that once again it shows that the Tories are not on the side of the people of Cambridge.

Daniel Zeichner said: “The Tories just don’t get in. In an age when people feel uncertain, prices are going up, their children’s schools are underfunded, our public services are creaking at the seams, they put forward a manifesto that addresses none of these issues. Unlike Labour they have nothing to say about the future of EU nationals, and their obsession with including students in an unachievable net migration target will continue to damage our universities.

“What we saw today is a Prime Minister who called the election not because she wanted to put forward her own vision but for cynical party management purposes. There is no ‘Mayism’, just the same old Tories.

“Only Labour will stand up for the many, not the few. Our vision for the country is embedded in the values that the majority of people across Britain share and our common sense approach marked by popular policies that address the real issues we face will help the lives of ordinary people in Cambridge and throughout the UK.”

Daniel Zeichner slams Tory manifesto

Cambridge Labour candidate Daniel Zeichner today slammed the Conservative Party General Election manifesto saying that once again it shows that the Tories are not on the side of the people...

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