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Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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Julian presses Minister on implementing ‘Claudia’s law’ for missing people

Julian presses Minister on implementing ‘Claudia’s law’ for missing people

This morning Julian pressed the Under Secretary of State for Justice on the need to implement the Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 as soon as possible, to deliver certainty and relief for affected families, in a debate in Westminster Hall in the House of Commons. This legislation is known to most as ‘Claudia’s Law’ after

Winter energy bills advice from Citizens Advice York

York’s Citizens Advice service are providing advice and guidance on how people can manage...

Julian supports World Cancer Day with Cancer Research UK

Last Wednesday Julian met with campaigners from Cancer Research UK at a special event...

Julian meets with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust at Askham Bog to discuss the impact of the proposed development immediately adjacent to this SSSI and the Environment Bill

Last week, Julian met with Rob Stoneman, Chief Exec of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust...

Category: News & Articles

  • May 27, 2014

    Julian Hosts First in a Series of Public Meetings on the Local Plan Further Sites

    On Saturday, Julian hosted a public Q&A meeting in Elvington on the Local Plan Further Site proposals in the area. With the many controversial development proposals put forward in Elvington and the surrounding communities, including a 7 pitch Traveller site, a 3 pitch Travelling Showpeople site and several housing sites, it was no surprise that […]
  • May 23, 2014

    Julian’s Reaction to Richard III High Court Ruling

    Speaking from his constituency office, Julian said “I am deeply disappointed that the Plantagenet Alliance’s application for judicial review has been unsuccessful. Regardless of your opinion on where Richard III should be reburied, be it York, Leicester, or even Westminster Abbey, it is clear that the exhumation license remains deeply flawed and amounts to little […]
  • May 19, 2014

    Julian’s May Column in the York Press

    The European elections on 22 May really count. They are not merely a dry run for the General Election in less than a year’s time as some in the national media might have us believe. They present the perfect opportunity to send a clear message to Brussels that we want real change in Europe. Three […]
  • May 16, 2014

    Food Labelling

    This week the Consumer Rights Bill came to the floor of the House for its report stage, and within it an amendment had been tabled which stated that “all products containing Halal and Kosher meat shall be labelled as such at the point of sale by retail and food outlets.” In principle I welcomed this […]
  • May 14, 2014

    Planning Minister Repeats Julian’s Calls for Councils to End Unnecessary Threats to Greenbelt

    The Planning Minister, Nick Boles MP, hit out yesterday at local authorities, like the City of York Council, who are unnecessarily setting aside greenbelt land for future long term development. Mr Boles’ comments came in response to a parliamentary debate hosted by Julian on ‘Land Safeguarded for Development in Local Plans’. Paragraph 85 of the National […]
  • May 13, 2014

    Antibiotic Resistance and its Implications

    Last week in the House of Commons Julian Sturdy raised the vitally important issue of antibiotic resistance, stressing that this problem is no longer a prediction for the future, it is happening right now and has the potential to affect anyone in any country. Following the recent report released by the World Health Organisation (WHO) […]
  • May 13, 2014

    Julian to Host Parliamentary Debate on ‘Safeguarded’ Land in Council’s Local Plan

    This afternoon, Julian will host a half hour debate in Westminster Hall on land ‘safeguarded’ for future long term development in Local Plans. Julian is a passionate supporter of York’s greenbelt and he has been a vocal opponent of the City of York Council’s draft Local Plan since it was first announced in April 2013. […]
  • April 28, 2014

    Julian is presented with unique “Beer Champion” award

    Last Thursday Julian was presented with the new “Beer Champion” award at a ceremony in Dunnington’s Windmill Inn, by Simon Theakston, Executive Director of T&R Theakston Ltd and Yorkshire Chairman of the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA). The special award is a joint initiative from the BBPA, Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and the […]
  • April 24, 2014

    Julian Welcomes Conservative Pledge to End Wind Farm Subsidies

    Julian has welcomed the recent news that the Conservative Party has pledged to end the subsidies for onshore wind power if elected to a majority Government next year. He has campaigned against a number of large scale wind turbine proposals in the York area, including two proposals currently being considered at Murton Moor and Kexby. He’s […]
  • April 16, 2014

    Controversial Strensall housing development called in by Secretary of State

    A planning application for 102 new homes to the north of Brecks Lane in Strensall, which was controversially approved by the City of York Council in February, has been called in by the Secretary of State, Eric Pickles MP. Planning permission was granted for the development by the Council’s planning committee after a vote of […]