At our popular #NoTTIP event with John Hilary on Thursday (hosted jointly by the Cambridge People's Assembly and the Cambridge World Development Movement) we launched a petition to Cambridge City Council, asking the council to endorse the signatories' conclusion that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership 'threatens the capacity of elected governments to act for the common good', and to communicate its opposition to the agreement. That petition, 'Cambridge Against TTIP', is now online!
Other local councils have already passed motions expressing concern about TTIP: Brighton and Hove in July, Oxford in September, and Southampton in November. It's time for Cambridge to stand up in solidarity.
Readers, please sign our petition!