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Latest from Jonathan

  • Speech
    21st February 2017
    Speaking in the House of Commons, Feb 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 Photo
    20th February 2017
    Jonathan meeting Huntingdonshire veterans in St Ives to discuss the Armed Forces Covenant.

    Jonathan meeting Huntingdonshire veterans in St Ives to discuss the Armed Forces Covenant.

  • News
    13th February 2017
    Portrait BW

    Jonathan Djanogly welcomes the Home Secretary’s clarification on child refugees.

    | Letter from the Home Secretary

  • News and Photo
    6th February 2017
    Jonathan visiting local business SMA Wardrobes with Vicky Ford MEP and Cllr James Palmer.

    Jonathan visiting local business SMA Wardrobes with Vicky Ford MEP and Cllr James Palmer.



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Jonathan Djanogly MP
House of Commons
London SW1A 0AA
 
Telephone (Westminster):
0207 219 2367
 
Telephone (Constituency):
01480 437840
 
email:
jonathan.djanogly.mp@parliament.uk
 

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