Tim Griffin elected to Cambridge City Council


King's Director of Research Tim Griffin has been elected to Cambridge City Council, representing the Coleridge ward. A Computer Science Fellow at King’s from 2007, Tim received 19% of the vote share in the recent election and will be one of three Labour councillors to represent the ward.

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