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Greens question the City Council’s commitment to the climate change and biodiversity emergencies

01 March 2021

Cambridge City Council’s budget proposal for 2021-2022 has been questioned by the Cambridge Green Party as lacking commitment to the climate and biodiversity emergencies that the Council declared in 2019.

Talking Point: How should the City go about planning a holiday season during a national lockdown?

23 February 2021

Mark Slade responds to the Cambridge News' question, how does one go about planning a holiday season during a national lockdown? Should there be several plans in place to prepare for the city reopening or remaining in lockdown?

Talking Point: Should council staff and/or ‘community champions’ go door-to-door to encourage ‘hard to reach groups’ and ‘sceptics’ to accept vaccination offers?

12 February 2021

Dr Hannah Copley responds to the Cambridge News' question, should council staff and/or ‘community champions’ go door-to-door to encourage ‘hard to reach groups’ and ‘sceptics’ to accept vaccination offers?

Talking Point: How important was it for the government to extend powers to local councils to continue imposing lockdown restrictions until July 17? How do you envisage these powers being used over the next six months?

09 February 2021

Richard Potter responds to the Cambridge News' question, how important do you think it was for the government to extend powers to local councils to continue imposing lockdown restrictions until July 17? How do you envisage these powers being used over the next six months??

Talking Point: Do you think the current system of higher education admissions should move to a post-qualification model?

02 February 2021

Ceri Galloway responds to the Cambridge News' question, should the current system of higher education admissions should move to a post-qualification model?

Talking Point: should local and mayoral elections be held this May or should they be postponed once again?

26 January 2021

Mark Slade responds to the Cambridge News' question, do you think local and mayoral elections should be held this May or should they be postponed once again?

Talking Point: Do you think the Turing scheme is an adequate replacement of the Erasmus programme?

20 January 2021

Jeremy Caddick responds to Cambridge News' question, do you think the Turing scheme is an adequate replacement of the Erasmus programme? Should we mourn the loss of the latter or does its replacement offer benefits the former lacked? What does all this mean for students in Cambridge(shire)?

Cambridge Green Party welcome report on state of Chalk Streams in Cambridge

19 January 2021

Press release: Cambridge Green Party welcome report on state of Chalk Streams in Cambridge, and call for more ambitious targets and actions to halt their ongoing destruction

Talking Point: What problems/opportunities do you foresee arising in Cambridge(shire) as a result of the free movement of people, goods and services between the EU and the UK coming to an end on January 1?

12 January 2021

Jeremy Caddick responds to Cambridge News' question, what problems/opportunities do you foresee arising in Cambridge(shire) as a result of the free movement of people, goods and services between the EU and the UK coming to an end on January 1?

Talking Point: What should the council’s priorities be in 2021? What will the biggest challenges be this year?

05 January 2021

Elizabeth May responds to the Cambridge News' question, what should the council’s priorities be in 2021? What will the biggest challenges be this year?







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