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Julian Sturdy

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for York Outer

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Campaigning Update – Haxby, Bishopthorpe, Acaster Malbis

Campaigning Update – Haxby, Bishopthorpe, Acaster Malbis

This weekend Julian has been out speaking to local residents north of the city in Haxby, and also in Bishopthorpe and Acaster Malbis to the south. On the doorsteps he discussed the Conservative commitment to build Northern Powerhouse Rail between Leeds and Manchester to improve regional transport connections, raise the National Insurance threshold to £9500

Julian welcomes Roads Minister to York to show her the case for dualling the A64

Last week, Julian hosted the Roads Minister Baroness Vere in York to make the...

York Press election column – My Plan for a Better York

Having represented our city in Parliament since 2010, I value this opportunity to speak...

Campaigning Update – Rawcliffe, Clifton Without, Heworth Without, Osbaldwick, Dunnington, Holtby, Wheldrake and Elvington

This last week Julian was out and about meeting residents in Rawcliffe and Clifton,...

Category: News & Articles

  • March 23, 2017

    Statement from Julian Following Terror Attack in Westminster

    Yesterday’s events in Parliament and on Westminster Bridge were a shock to us all. This was a heinous and cowardly crime, and my thoughts and prayers and with the victims and their families. I would like to pay tribute to the security services who put themselves in harm’s way every day to keep Parliament and […]
  • March 15, 2017

    Julian leads food labelling debate in Parliament

    Yesterday, Julian led a debate in Westminster Hall in Parliament on the future of food origin labelling, which is important for both the consumers and producers of food, and for rural communities. Accurate labelling, especially around country of origin, is important for guaranteeing fair competition for British farmers, and ensuring their products can compete on […]
  • March 10, 2017

    Julian meets with University Vice-Chancellor

    Julian met with Professor Koen Lamberts, Vice-Chancellor at the University of York to discuss opportunities and challenges facing the institution as Britain begins the process of withdrawing from the European Union. Julian is determined to ensure that higher education policy is a top priority for the Government during its renegotiation with the EU. As part of ongoing […]
  • March 8, 2017

    Julian Comments on ‘Forward-Looking and Realistic Spring Budget’

    Julian has responded to the government’s Budget presented today by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond. Julian said “overall, this was a forward-looking, realistic budget, with some important measures to help families and businesses”. In his statement the Chancellor announced a significant increase in predicted economic growth to 2% (from 1.4%) for 2017, while […]
  • March 8, 2017

    Julian Calls on Government to Resolve Vaccine Damage Payment Issue

    Today in a debate in Parliament Julian pushed the Government to draw a line under the vaccine damage payment issue in relation to pandemrix. Pandemrix was widely used during the swine flu pandemic after being rushed into circulation without full clinical trials. This risk was acknowledged as an indemnity was agreed between the Government and […]
  • March 7, 2017

    Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2017

    To celebrate the tenth anniversary of National Apprenticeship Week, Julian visited apprentices working at the National STEM Learning Centre in York. This year’s National Apprenticeship Week runs from 6-10 March 2017, and will be celebrated with events across the UK.The yearly occasion recognises the positive impact that apprenticeships have on individuals, businesses and the wider […]
  • March 3, 2017

    Julian’s York Press Column: The Northern Powerhouse

    Any mention of the Northern Powerhouse is all too frequently met with a cynical groan. I understand why, buzzwords like Northern Powerhouse appear superficial and abstract, most people find themselves asking, “what does it actually mean?” This response is entirely justifiable and we can all agree that politicians should spent less time selling a ‘brand’ […]
  • February 23, 2017

    Julian Visits Award Winning Miller’s Fish & Chips in Haxby

    On Friday Julian met with Nick, David and Lesley Miller who run their family business, Miller’s Fish and Chips, from their shop in the centre of Haxby. Miller’s Fish and Chips recently picked up the ‘Best in North East England’ title as well as third place for Independent Takeaway Fish & Chip Shop of the […]
  • February 22, 2017

    Julian voices local concerns in Parliament over Strensall Barracks closure plans

    Yesterday, Julian spoke up for local residents affected by the planned closure of Strensall Barracks in a debate in Westminster Hall in Parliament. Under plans announced in November, the Ministry of Defence intends to dispose of Queen Elizabeth Barracks and Towthorpe Lines at Strensall in 2021, and Imphal Barracks at Fulford Road in 2031. Julian […]
  • February 17, 2017

    Update on broadband roll-out in York Outer

    Julian Sturdy recently organised a meeting with Superfast West Yorkshire and BT to discuss progress in rolling out broadband to villages in our area. Julian uses these meetings as an opportunity to grill local providers on issues which have been raised through casework and discuss their future delivery plans. The headline news isthat SFWY hope […]