Daniel Zeichner MP: "Let's build bridges not walls"

Daniel Zeichner MP joined local campaigners outside the Guildhall on Market Square to take a stand against the politics of hate and racism.


Daniel said: “As Donald Trump is sworn in as President of the United States on the back of a campaign which fractured the country and too often descended into the politics of hate, I am proud to join this campaign in saying that Cambridge welcomes multiculturalism and diversity.

“Sadly, following the EU referendum, we have seen a rise in hate crime in Britain and it is important that Cambridge stands together as one, united behind the common values that make our city so great; tolerance, diversity and internationalism. We should be building bridges not walls.”

Daniel Zeichner MP was joined at the rally by Cambridge Mayor Cllr Jeremy Benstead and Cllr Lewis Herbert, leader of Cambridge City Council. 

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