I am looking to take this message to your area. Next week I need someone to join me in St Neots, Ely and other towns. All I need is one person to be there with me for an hour during the day – please contact me and say you will help. Please share this post […]
Seldom, if ever, has a candidate campaigned in as many communities across Cambridgeshire as has Dave Baigent. In the last weeks, Dave has been talking to voters in Huntingdon, St Ives, St Neots, Peterborough, Linton, Wisbech, Bar Hill, Fulbourn and Cambridge. He also attended the Police and Crime Panel in Peterborough where he was horrified […]
This is an example of how good, committed, grass-roots councillors work for and stand up for the interests of their constituents on important local issues. Now we need the other councillors to stand up and actually do what they’re paid to do!
Since 2010: Over 1 million people have been forced to go to foodbanks and over 1 milllion benefit claimants have been sanctioned – often for utterly trivial reasons. Dying people have been found fit to work, one woman in a coma was found fit to work. People have committed suicide. Homelessness has soared, the bedroom […]
Traffic and parking problems are all-too familiar throughout the Huntingdon area, but there comes a stage when it is time to call a halt to insensitive and sometimes dangerous parking right next to schools. For Spring Common Academy, on American Lane, that time is now. Spring Common is both a special school and a primary […]
The Police & Crime Commissioner elections are not far away (Thu. 5th May) and candidates from all political parties have been trying to grab the attention of local residents. But it seems that not all are playing by the rules… To canvass on the streets of Huntingdon, the candidates need to register with the council, […]
Peter Willsman’s report of Labour’s National Executive Committee on 15th March 2016 The main item on the agenda, referred from the January NEC, was to review and amend the NEC governance. This includes the NEC’s Terms of Reference, Subcommittee Protocols, and the NEC’s Standing Orders. John McDonnell was also down to attend his first NEC meeting. […]
Don’t forget our EU table outside Poundland in Huntingdon, next to Sainsburys. 12-2pm. We will have a giant map of Europe and invite passersby to stick labels (see picture) on all 28 EU countries for star prizes.