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Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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£500,000 in targeted funding for North Yorkshire Police from new government Safer Streets Fund

£500,000 in targeted funding for North Yorkshire Police from new government Safer Streets Fund

North Yorkshire Police has been awarded £548,980 as its share of the government’s new £25 million Safer Streets Fund. The Safer Streets Fund was an important Conservative manifesto commitment at the December 2019 general election to improve general security in communities especially impacted by ‘acquisitive crime’ such as car theft, robbery and burglary. This is

York Press column – Business boost and government investment will revive York after coronavirus

As we approach August, the absence of a virus flare-up thus far has allowed...

Julian welcomes continued positive trend in redressing school funding imbalance

The Department for Education have announced the latest round of per-pupil school funding increases...

Government investment in Transpennine rail line

Julian Sturdy MP has welcomed the announcement that the Government will provide £589 million...

Category: News & Articles

  • July 24, 2015

    Julian elected as a member of the Energy and Climate Change Committee

    Julian has joined the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee in Parliament, after being elected to the position by other Conservative MPs. The influential cross-party committee is appointed by the House of Commons and meets regularly to examine the policies and question the inner workings of the Department of Energy and Climate Change. One of […]
  • July 24, 2015

    Working with Local Residents to Tackle Pockets of Anti-Social Behaviour

    Julian has joined forces with Copmanthorpe Councillor David Carr in an effort to crack down on incidences of anti-social behaviour in the village. The pair have been working closely together since a group of residents contacted them with serious concerns over boy-racing and loitering in the Low Green/Merchant’s Way area of Copmanthorpe. A snicket which […]
  • July 16, 2015

    Julian champions TransPennine electrification and continued investment in York’s railways

    Following last month’s announcement that the TransPennine electrification project has been temporarily paused, Julian questioned what impact this could have on York’s future rail infrastructure. Speaking in the Chamber, Julian asked the Transport Secretary, Patrick Mcloughlin, “Whilst welcoming the huge investment in rail services by this Government over the last five years, can I ask […]
  • July 14, 2015

    Update on campaign to end postcode lottery funding for York schools

    Today in Parliament, Julian attended the F40 campaign meeting with MPs from across the country to agree a way forward on changing the way in which school funds are allocated. The current mainstream schools funding model is a complex network of funding grants. Due to a heavy weighting towards deprivation, York now has the seventh […]
  • July 9, 2015

    Coffee Shop Surgery This Saturday

    From 9.30am till 11am on Saturday (11th July), Julian will be hosting another of his regular drop-in advice surgeries at the McDonalds restaurant at Clifton Moor. He’ll be on hand to listen any concerns you’d like to raise with him, whether local, national or international. No appointments are necessary, so please feel free to drop […]
  • July 8, 2015

    Chancellor’s Summer Budget delivers tax cut for 87,000 workers across York

    Julian has welcomed the news that thousands of workers across York will benefit from tax cuts, as the Chancellor’s Budget delivered on the Conservatives’ key election promise to raise tax thresholds. Changes to the personal allowance will result in 87,000 workers across York receiving a tax cut in April 2016, with a further 2,000 of […]
  • July 8, 2015

    Julian Celebrates Work of Local Food Bank

    Julian has applauded the work of local Trussell Trust volunteers after visiting and helping out at a recent food bank collection in a York Outer supermarket. He spent time helping the volunteers at the Tesco’s at Clifton Moor on Friday. The Trussell Trust, one of the largest food bank organisations in the UK with approximately […]
  • July 7, 2015

    Julian calls for action on fairer funding for York

    Today in Parliament, Julian held the Government to account over what progress has been made on securing fairer funding for health services across York. Speaking in the House of Commons during Health Questions, Julian asked “The disparity in health funding allocations due to the imbalance in the system which favours deprivation over age, has yet […]
  • July 6, 2015

    Dringhouses Primary School grow their own potatoes

    On Friday, Julian spent the morning sizing up potatoes grown by pupils at Dringhouses Primary School as part of the Grow Your Own Potatoes Scheme. The programme, supported by McCains Foods, teaches primary school children how crops are grown grow and how they fit into a healthy, balanced diet. It also includes a range of […]
  • July 2, 2015

    Heathrow Announcement is Good News for York

    Yesterday’s recommendation that Heathrow is the ‘clear and unanimous choice’ for airport expansion should be welcomed says Julian. York residents are currently only able to fly intermittently to Heathrow via Leeds-Bradford. However, as the number of people expected to fly from Yorkshire to London is set to double over the next five years, Leeds Bradford […]