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Julian Sturdy

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for York Outer

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Campaigning Update – Haxby, Bishopthorpe, Acaster Malbis

Campaigning Update – Haxby, Bishopthorpe, Acaster Malbis

This weekend Julian has been out speaking to local residents north of the city in Haxby, and also in Bishopthorpe and Acaster Malbis to the south. On the doorsteps he discussed the Conservative commitment to build Northern Powerhouse Rail between Leeds and Manchester to improve regional transport connections, raise the National Insurance threshold to £9500

Julian welcomes Roads Minister to York to show her the case for dualling the A64

Last week, Julian hosted the Roads Minister Baroness Vere in York to make the...

York Press election column – My Plan for a Better York

Having represented our city in Parliament since 2010, I value this opportunity to speak...

Campaigning Update – Rawcliffe, Clifton Without, Heworth Without, Osbaldwick, Dunnington, Holtby, Wheldrake and Elvington

This last week Julian was out and about meeting residents in Rawcliffe and Clifton,...

Category: News & Articles

  • March 14, 2019

    Julian leads 41 MPs in lobbying Ofcom on improving rural mobile 4G

    Julian has led a cross-party group of MPs in writing to Sharon White, the Chief Executive of national communications regulator, Ofcom, to emphasis the necessity of annual monitoring of mobile operators’ commitments on increasing rural 4G mobile coverage. Acting in his capacity as Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Rural Business, Julian arranged the […]
  • March 11, 2019

    Julian Supports Explore York’s Successful Bid to Continue Delivering the Local Library and Archive Service

    Back in October last year Julian placed on record his support for Explore Libraries to help their fantastic and ambitious bid to be approved. It is great news that last week they were awarded the contract to run York’s flagship library and archive service for the next 15 years, fulfilling the Conservative-led administration’s commitment to […]
  • March 6, 2019

    Julian presses Treasury Minister on funding for the dualling of the York outer ring road

    This afternoon Julian pressed the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, Robert Jenrick on the progress of funding for the dualling of the A1237 York northern ring road. Speaking during Treasury Questions in the Commons chamber Julian expressed his concern that traffic congestion on the A1237 was holding back the productivity of local businesses and argued […]
  • February 27, 2019

    Future of Bootham Park site update

    It is very disappointing to see that the Department of Health has decided to proceed with the sale of the old Bootham Park Hospital site, given the ambitious plans City of York Council and York Hospital NHS Trust were working on for developing the site to provide health services, housing, improved access, and a public […]
  • February 19, 2019

    ‘York Press’ column – Housing development must protect York’s natural heritage

    Two weeks ago I hosted senior Treasury Minister Liz Truss in Poppleton, visiting the Pavers Shoes head office to see the £10 million investment they are making, which will create 50-100 new jobs. Liz is very vocal on the need for government to back business to create opportunity, and the need to rapidly expand housebuilding […]
  • February 12, 2019

    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 […]
  • February 12, 2019

    Winter energy bills advice from Citizens Advice York

    York’s Citizens Advice service are providing advice and guidance on how people can manage their heating and energy bills during this period of cold weather. This is all the more important given that cold weather payments were triggered for several York area postcodes last week. I encourage any local residents with questions or concerns in […]
  • February 12, 2019

    Julian supports World Cancer Day with Cancer Research UK

    Last Wednesday Julian met with campaigners from Cancer Research UK at a special event held in Parliament to mark World Cancer Day, designated to raise awareness of this disease, and the steps we can all take to address it. He heard about the charity’s research, and discussed what he could do to assist in improving […]
  • February 8, 2019

    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 (YWT) at a very wintery Askham Bog to discuss their objections to the proposed development site on Moor Lane and hear more about YMT’s vision for an ambitious Environment Bill. In the summer, Julian wrote to residents regarding the land south […]
  • January 30, 2019

    Last night’s Brexit votes in the Commons

    I was very glad to see the ‘Brady amendment’ passed by a clear majority in the House of Commons last night, which declared that MPs would support the government’s withdrawal agreement subject to changes to the Northern Ireland ‘backstop’. Given that this was the reason I could not support the government’s deal earlier this month, […]