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Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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Julian lobbies government to suspend Sunday Trading restrictions to aid families and key workers

Julian lobbies government to suspend Sunday Trading restrictions to aid families and key workers

Julian has joined members of Parliament’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee in writing to the Secretary of State for Business, Alok Sharma MP, to call for the suspension of Sunday Trading Laws for as long as emergency powers are in effect. Julian believes that the current restrictions imposed on shops make it much

Julian welcomes new ‘Nightingale’ hospital to fight coronavirus in Yorkshire

I am reassured by the official confirmation that a new ‘Nightingale’ emergency coronavirus hospital...

York Press column – Unity and self-discipline will get us through Coronavirus

A month on from my last column on overcoming Yorkshire’s flooding challenges, our community...

Julian writes to the Foreign Secretary to urge him to send repatriation flights to Australia and New Zealand

A number of constituents who are struggling to return home to the UK have...

Category: News & Articles

  • January 8, 2013

    Julian hosts local flooding meeting

    Recently, Julian hosted two on site meetings for the victims of flooding in Fulford and Naburn. In attendance at both meetings were a number of residents, alongside representatives from the Environment Agency, Yorkshire Water and the City of York Council’s flooding teams. The residents of cottages on the banks of the Ouse in Fulford met […]
  • January 7, 2013

    Julian joins with residents to lower speed limit in Deighton

    On Monday 19th November, Julian met with residents in the village of Deighton to discuss with them their bid to achieve a 40mph speed limit on the A19 as it passes the village. Julian and Cllr George Barton have pledged their support for the Deighton residents’ campaign to lower the speed limit, which is currently […]
  • January 7, 2013

    Open meeting this Saturday!

    All York Outer constituents are invited to attend Julian’s upcoming open meeting on Saturday 17th November. The meeting will take place at Huntington Community Centre between 1000hrs-1200hrs. This will be the second open meeting hosted by Julian this year and it is a fantastic opportunity for local people to question their MP on any issue […]
  • January 7, 2013

    Julian raises North Yorks PCT debt with Health Minister

    Last week Julian arranged a meeting with Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Health, to raise with him his concerns over the level of debt the North Yorkshire and York Primary Care Trust is currently residing over, which currently stands at around £19million. Julian also raised his concerns over the implications this may have on the ability […]
  • January 7, 2013

    Standing up for the children’s heart unit in Leeds

    Once again, Julian speaks in a parliamentary debate in order to save the children’s heart unit in Leeds. With the future of the Leeds unit at risk, Julian once again spoke in a Westminster Hall debate on the issue. In his speech, Julian urged Ministers to step in and save the unit after real concerns […]
  • January 7, 2013

    Julian backs local bus campaign

    Last Friday, Julian met with a local resident in Wiggington to discuss with her the effects of the recent changes to York bus services and sign her petition against them. During his visit, Julian had a long discussion about how the changes had affected the lives and mobility of elderly and disabled people in the […]
  • January 7, 2013

    Julian demands Council Tax freeze for York

    On Monday morning, the Conservative Party announced that the Government would extend the council tax freeze grant by another year. Over the past two years, the Government has offered a grant to every willing local authority who has sought to keep council tax bills down for their residents during these difficult economic times. In real […]
  • September 26, 2012

    Transport Group makes progress

    On Thursday 20th September, Julian hosted a second meeting of his York Transport Roundtable group. Over the past few months, Julian has been meeting with several prominent business and community leaders to discuss York’s transport woes and identify key infrastructure projects. The business-led working group has already agreed that York’s transport infrastructure is creaking under […]