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Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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York Press column – New government must deliver for our region

York Press column – New government must deliver for our region

This summer has brought a dramatic overhaul of our country’s government, with the appointment of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister. This certainly makes for a huge change in style from Theresa May, and the extensive Cabinet reshuffle means the wider government has also undergone thorough renewal. Above all, there has been a major clarification of

Julian concerned to hear of potential job losses at York based SuperBreak

Julian has today reacted to the disappointing news that Malvern Group, the parent company...

Julian applauds strong start made by new Prime Minister

Julian has applauded the progress that his preferred candidate in the Conservative leadership race,...

Julian welcomes the introduction of Claudia’s Law

Julian has today welcomed the introduction of the Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 after...

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  • November 28, 2013

    Julian Calls for Fly Grazing To Become A Criminal Offence

    Julian has called on the Government to take tougher action in order to tackle the problem of fly grazing, which is becoming increasingly common around the outskirts of York. Discussing the issue in Parliament, the York Outer MP urged the Minister to legislate for tougher sanctions on those who break the law, arguing that “fly-grazing should […]
  • November 22, 2013

    Julian Calls for a Debate on the DAB Switchover

    Yesterday Julian questioned the Leader of the House, Andrew Lansley, on whether MPs could debate the switching off of FM and AM frequencies in favour of the new digital radio platform. Speaking in the Chamber, Julian asked: “I am sure that the whole House shares my affection for our local independent radio stations that provide […]
  • November 22, 2013

    Julian Calls for Rethink on Proposed Bus Reductions in Rufforth

    North Yorkshire County Council has proposed a number of changes to their subsidised bus services across the county, in order to try to achieve budget savings of £1.1m. The proposed changes, which are out for consultation until Monday, include reductions to the 412/413 service in Rufforth and will see buses in the village halved in […]
  • November 20, 2013

    Julian Supports The Martin House ‘Good Night’s Sleep’ Appeal

    On Saturday, York Outer MP Julian Sturdy helped raise much needed funds for the Martin House Good Night’s Sleep Appeal by packing bags at Sainsburys in Haxby, raising nearly £300. Afterwards Julian said: ‘I am so pleased to be able to support this important campaign. As a father of two young children I know only […]
  • November 19, 2013

    Julian Updates Councillors on Ring Road Upgrade Funding Situation

    Last week, Julian attended a special meeting of the City of York Council’s Corporate and Scrutiny Management Committee, in which he answered questions from Councillors on his efforts to secure funding for improvements to the northern outer ring road. Julian explained to Councillors that under the current Government, transport infrastructure funding streams have been simplified […]
  • November 15, 2013

    Julian welcomes Nestle announcements on new jobs for young people

    Julian has expressed his delight at the news that Nestle will be creating nearly 2000 new jobs over the next three years specifically for young people, with the company’s site in York set to benefit. The announcements are part of Nestlé’s impressive European Youth Employment Initiative, in which the firm are trying to help 20,000 […]
  • November 12, 2013

    Julian’s November Column

    Earlier this week, Councillors and Officers sat down to discuss the 16,000 submissions the City of York Council received during their eight week consultation on the draft Local Plan. This incredible figure includes written comments from around 5,000 respondents. The dominant themes emerging from the consultation were the concerns at the overall level of development, […]
  • November 9, 2013

    Julian remembers the Fallen on Rememberance Sunday

    This Sunday Julian will join the Civic Party of York to remember the sacrifices made by our brave Service men and women over the years. Commenting, Julian said: “Every November I am proud to wear a poppy as a sign of my support and respect for our troops, past and present, and for the sacrifices […]
  • November 8, 2013

    Julian Supports EU Referendum Bill

    Julian Sturdy announced on a local radio station, Minster FM, that he will be supporting the EU Referendum Bill. Julian said “Back in 1975, when I was four years old, we voted to be part of a Common Market. The European Union today has morphed out of all recognition. I believe the British people must […]
  • November 7, 2013

    Julian Raises Concerns over the Future of DEFRA Offices in York

    Julian has today called for a debate in the House of Commons on the outsourcing of jobs abroad. This follows on from the recent announcement that the DEFRA offices in York will be part privatised as part of the Governments shared services initiative. This initiative forms an integral part of the Government’s Civil Service Reform […]