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Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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Julian backs Great British Spring Clean

Julian backs Great British Spring Clean

Julian has pledged his support for the UK’s biggest mass action environmental campaign, 2020’s ‘Great British Spring Clean’, organised by environment charity Keep Britain Tidy. This will see up to 600,000 people act to clean up streets, beaches and parks across the country between 20th March and 13th April. The campaign unites residents, community groups,

Julian’s New Year message for the York Press

“In 2020 I will focus on ensuring that the government’s plans for improving public...

Julian welcomes Christmas Queen’s Speech

“I warmly welcome today’s Queen’s Speech, setting out the government’s agenda for the new...

Julian’s post-election message

I want to warmly thank everyone who voted to re-elect me as MP for...

Category: News & Articles

  • August 17, 2016

    Julian Organises Local Plan Drop-In Surgery for Rufforth and Knapton Residents

    Julian has arranged a Local Plan drop-in surgery at The Old School, Rufforth House, Wetherby Road, Rufforth, for local residents in Rufforth and Knapton to talk about the proposals in their areas. The surgery will be held between 9.00am-10.30am on Saturday 20th August. The Council have announced their latest draft of the Local Plan which […]
  • August 4, 2016

    Julian’s August York Press Column: Fairer Funding for our Schools

    Watching David Cameron leave Downing Street with his young family shows just how swiftly things can change in British politics. David is man of the highest moral integrity and he can be proud that after his six years in office, Britain is a better place thanks to his leadership. Prior to the EU Referendum I […]
  • July 21, 2016

    Julian Joins Pupils as Part of Potato Project

    Julian recently spent a morning sizing up potatoes grown by pupils at Robert Wilkinson Primary Academy in Strensall, as part of a nationwide initiative run by AHDB (Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board) Potatoes. The Grow Your Own Potatoes (GYOP) scheme is a project that teaches primary school children how potatoes grow as well as how […]
  • July 20, 2016

    Julian Lobbies for Ring Road Upgrade

    Yesterday, Julian wasted no time in ensuring that the Government’s new Treasury team did not let the Northern Powerhouse agenda slip by drawing their attention to York’s Northern Ring Road (A1237) and in particular the case for upgrading. Taking the opportunity to raise the matter in Treasury Questions, Julian began by telling the House of […]
  • July 12, 2016

    Julian Jumps at Chance to Visit New Trampoline Park

    Julian recently visited the newly opened Energi trampoline park in York. Based at the York Business Park near Poppleton, Energi has over 100 connected trampolines, interactive games, foam pits and basketball hoops. Julian met with Guy Kilner, Director of Energi, who showed him around the park and discussed the work that they are doing with […]
  • July 11, 2016

    Julian welcomes new Prime Minister

    Speaking today in Westminster, Julian said: “I am delighted that Theresa May will be our next Prime Minister and the new Leader of the Conservative Party. I voted for Theresa in the second ballot and I know she will provide the strong, experienced leadership our country needs in these uncertain times. “Theresa has been the […]
  • July 8, 2016

    Julian welcomes the news that Leeds Heart Unit will remain open

    Julian has welcomed today’s announcement that Leeds Heart Unit is now secure, following years of controversy and uncertainty. NHS England has now decided that Leeds will be one of ten hospitals across the country that will provide specialist congenital heart surgery as long as new care standards are met. NHS England has also pledged to […]
  • July 7, 2016

    Julian’s York Press Column – Referendum Reaction and Leadership Contest

    It has now been two weeks since the referendum on our membership of the European Union. It was always going to be close, with the British people voting to leave the European Union by 52 to 48 per cent; once again the pollsters it wrong. With such a tight result there will inevitably be a […]
  • June 24, 2016

    Julian Reacts to Astonishing EU Referendum Result and the Prime Minister’s Shock Resignation

    Julian has given his thoughts on the result of yesterday’s referendum on our membership of the European Union following Britain’s vote to Leave. Commenting he said, “The result this morning was absolutely amazing and represents a real shift in the political landscape. The British people have spoken and said that they see our future outside […]
  • June 22, 2016

    Julian’s York Press Column – Why I will be Voting to Leave the European Union

    Tomorrow the British people will decide whether we will leave or remain in the European Union. I appreciate that the there is more than one side to this debate, and that there are differing points of view. That being said it is hardly surprising that many people have become frustrated with both the Remain and […]