- News23rd March 2017
Jonathan Djanogly MP has written to the Secretary of State for Education in response to the Government’s second stage consultation on the National Funding Formula proposal.
- News and Photo23rd March 2017
Jonathan visiting the West Anglia Training Association in Huntingdon to mark National Apprenticeship Week. read more »
- Parliamentary Debate21st March 2017
Following the Government statement on allegations of money laundering against British banks, Jonathan Djanogly calls on the Government to rethink what appears to be the accepted position that those of dubious or illegal means are welcome here as long as they do no wrong while they are here. read more »
- Speech20th March 2017
Jonathan Djanogly welcomes the Prisons and Courts Bill which does much to move the judicial system into modern ways of organisation and efficiency, but raises some concerns with individual aspects of the Bill. read more »
- News and Photo15th March 2017
Jonathan with Tony Hobbs of Cromwell Cider promoting local produce at Parliament’s Cambridgeshire Food Day.
- Speech21st February 2017
Jonathan Djanogly backs the Government’s ‘Magnitsky Amendment’ to the Criminal Finances Bill which will allow the Government to freeze the assets of individuals who have directly or indirectly committed gross human rights abuses overseas against whistleblowers or defenders of human rights. read more »
- News and Photo20th February 2017
Jonathan meeting Huntingdonshire veterans in St Ives to discuss the Armed Forces Covenant.
- News and Photo6th February 2017
Jonathan visiting local business SMA Wardrobes with Vicky Ford MEP and Cllr James Palmer.
- News and Photo3rd February 2017
Jonathan joining the panel at the Local Enterprise Partnership’s Q&A event on regional economic strategy and devolution proposals with Vicky Ford MEP.
- News and Photo27th January 2017
Jonathan at the Cambridgeshire Police annual boxing show organised in conjunction with Huntingdon Cromwell Rotary Club.
- Parliamentary Debate24th January 2017
Jonathan Djanogly asks the Government if triggering article 50 will be sufficient to release us from other related treaties, such as membership of the European economic area. read more »
- Parliamentary Debate23rd January 2017
Jonathan Djanogly calls on the Government to review our Trident nuclear deterrent system’s protections against possible electronic counter-measures. read more »
- News20th January 2017
Jonathan Djanogly has welcomed news that traditionally-measured crime has continued to fall, now down by a third since 2010, and remaining at historically low levels, according to the independent Crime Survey for England and Wales. read more »
- Parliamentary Debate17th January 2017
Jonathan Djanogly asks the Government about “red lines” in negotiation for how much we would pay for access to the EU single market post-Brexit. read more »