Tag: Elections

  • Labour Taking Control of Cambridge City Council

    Following the election result on the morning of the 23rd of May 2014 I went on Paul Stainton’s Bigger Breakfast show on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire to discuss Labour taking control of Cambridge City Council. I have transcribed the elements of the show relating to Cambridge, which include exchanges with the outgoing council leader Liberal Democrat […]

  • Local Police Priority Setting in Cambridge With Tory Graham Bright as Police and Crime Commissioner

    On Saturday the 10th of November 2012 I spotted a tweet from Timothy Barnes of Stevenage saying he would be outside Cambridge’s Guildhall with the Tory Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate for Cambridge, Graham Bright. Later Graham Bright’s twitter account emitted a message saying “Pop along if you want to have a chat”; I saw […]

  • Cambridge City Council Election Candidates May 2012

    Only Sign of Elections in Arbury – Posters for Labour’s Mike Todd-Jones. Cambridge City Council elections are to be held on Thursday the 3rd of May 2012. Cambridge is split into fourteen wards, there are three council seats for each ward. The elections in May are for one seat in each ward, so a third […]