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Emmanuel College dean to stand for the Green Party

Jeremy Caddick has been selected to represent the Green Party in the next general election.

Cambridge Green Party local candidate Jeremy Caddick. Picture: Keith Heppell. (16296835)
Cambridge Green Party local candidate Jeremy Caddick. Picture: Keith Heppell. (16296835)

A city resident for 25 years, Jeremy is dean and chaplain at Emmanuel College and lectures on medical ethics and law. His two daughters attended local schools and he served as a governor for two of them. He has served on the University Council and has led the campaign for the university to review its involvement with fossil fuels.

He said: “I joined the Greens because they are the only party that offers a clear and positive vision for the future – acting to address the climate emergency by moving urgently to build a fairer and more equal society. We say: no to climate chaos, yes to Europe and yes to system change.”

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