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  • News and Photo
    21st July 2008
    Jonathan Djanogly joins Shailesh Vara MP, Cllrs Ian Bates, Steve Criswell and Susan Normington as well as local representatives

    Jonathan Djanogly yesterday handed in a petition of some 8,000 signatures to Downing Street against the Post Office programme of closures.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    21st July 2008

    To ask the Solicitor-General what proportion of Serious Fraud Office staff are (a) lawyers, (b) accountants and (c) police officers; and what the equivalent numbers were on 31 December 2007.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    21st July 2008
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    To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform to which authority Companies House refers for prosecution complaints relating to false registration of a registered address.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    17th July 2008
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    To ask the Solicitor-General what steps she plans to take following the publication in June 2008 of the final report on the review of the Serious Fraud Office; which organisations will be consulted on the report.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    15th July 2008
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    To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department to what extent combating fraud is a national policing priority; and whether she plans to alter the level of national priority currently accorded to combating fraud.  read more »

  • Speech
    14th July 2008
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    Jonathan Djanogly debates proposals to reform existing employment law in areas including dispute resolution procedures, enforcement of the national minimum wage and provisions on trade union membership.  read more »

  • News
    8th July 2008
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    The decision on which Post Offices are to close has today been made public. Of the 25 Post Offices in the Huntingdon Constituency, three are subject to closure measures.  read more »

  • News
    8th July 2008
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    Hunts MP teams up with local business to enable employers to find apprentices as new website is launched  read more »

  • News and Photo
    27th June 2008
    Jonathan Djanogly taking part in Cycle Sunday in St Ives and the Hemingfords

    Jonathan Djanogly took part in Cycle Sunday in St Ives and the Hemingfords in order to promote cycling safety as well as facilities for bike riders.  read more »

  • Speech
    18th June 2008
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    Jonathan Djanogly speaks to the West Midlands Business Council's Business Crime Conference about the Conservative party's approach to business crime.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    17th June 2008
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    To ask the Secretary of State for Justice which tribunal venues were closed under the Tribunals Service venue rationalisation programme prior to 1 June 2008.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    17th June 2008

    To ask the Secretary of State for Justice which tribunal venues are scheduled for closure under the Tribunals Service venue rationalisation programme as at 1 June 2008.  read more »

  • News
    16th June 2008
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    Read Jonathan Djanogly's submission to the NATS Consultation.  read more »

  • Speech
    3rd June 2008
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    In winding up a debate for the Conservatives on the protection of migrant workers, Jonathan Djanogly calls for better policing of legislation already in place that aims to protect vulnerable workers.  read more »

  • Speech
    21st May 2008
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    Speaking on behalf of the Conservatives, Jonathan Djanogly tells MPs that he supports the principles of the Bill but has concerns about the effects on small businesses in particular.  read more »

  • News and Photo
    12th May 2008
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    Jonathan Djanogly supports Early Day Motion 1349 'A14 in Cambridgeshire' sponsored by Cambridgeshire South East MP, Jim Paice.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    8th May 2008

    To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform which agencies of the Government are taking steps to counter the risk of illegal share sale boiler room operations.  read more »

  • Article
    7th May 2008

    Letter to David Jamieson at the Department of Transport  read more »

  • Speech
    6th May 2008
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    Given the Government does not support this Bill, Jonathan Djanogly questions the cost implications of considering it further and the damage that will inflict on the UK's position on the EU agency workers directive currently being considered in Brussels.  read more »

  • Written Questions to Ministers
    6th May 2008
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    To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform what the role of Companies House is in combating illegal share sale boiler room operations.  read more »



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