MP Daniel Zeichner said he'll remain committed to fighting for both Cambridge and Labour after resigning from the party's frontbench over the party's policy on Brexit.
The Labour MP stepped down from his position as Shadow Transport Minister in order to vote in favour of an amendment to the Queen's Speech supporting the UK's membership of the single market - despite leader Jeremy Corbyn telling MPs to abstain.
Mr Zeichner said it's been an honour to serve on the frontbench under Jeremy Corbyn.
Cambridge Labour MP Daniel Zeichner has confirmed that the training of Libyan military cadets at Bassingbourn Barracks is to be debated in Parliament.
Hundreds of cadets at the barracks were sent home last year after five Libyans were jailed for sexual offences.
The end of day adjournment debate, which was proposed by Mr Zeichner, will take place in September.