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Enough Food for Everyone IF

by Amanda Taylor on 25 January, 2013

The world produces enough food for everyone, but not everyone has enough food. Today, I attended the Cambridge launch of the ‘Enough Food for Everyone If‘ campaign at Great St Mary’s Church, Cambridge, together with a crowd of people including some the city’s campaigning organizations, including the Humanitarian Centre, World Development Movement, members of Great […]

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How would you improve transport in the south of Cambridge?

by Amanda Taylor on 25 January, 2012

Transport and traffic are two of the hottest topics of debate in Cambridge. So I know there are lots of ideas for improving transport. Now it looks as though we may be able to put some of them into practice. By law (Town & Country Planning Act 1990), councils may require money from developers to […]

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