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Julian Sturdy - Strong Voice for York Outer

Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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Julian Welcomes Chancellor’s Balanced Approach in Budget Announcement

Julian Welcomes Chancellor’s Balanced Approach in Budget Announcement

Julian welcomed today’s Budget announcement; describing it as “a sensible balance between fiscal responsibility and optimistic investment”. The Chancellor of the Exchequer opened his statement by asserting that the UK’s deficit will fall to 2.3 per cent of GDP in 2017 as national debt will start falling next year as a share of national income.

Important Update on 30 Hours Free Childcare

Julian is promoting important information for working parents regarding the 30 hours free childcare...

Julian Leads Debate on Antibiotic Resistance

Yesterday, Julian led a debate in Parliament to mark World Antibiotics Awareness Week. The...

Julian visits new Huntington House Mental Health Centre

Last Friday, Julian visited York’s new mental health centre, Huntington House, to look around...

About Julian Sturdy

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Disclaimer: I’m not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election.

Before being elected as York Outer’s Member of Parliament in May 2010, Julian was a working farmer in York where he lives with his wife Victoria and two children, George and Florence.

Julian, a Yorkshireman born and bred, has a tendency to call a spade a spade whilst gaining a proven reputation for getting things done. As an effective local campaigner he has been fighting to protect our Green Belt, support small and medium-sized businesses, improve our local transport network and tackle York’s NHS funding problems. Julian has always believed that local communities should be at the heart of society and he remains passionate about keeping them there.

Julian says:

As someone who has grown up and worked in the area all my life, being local helps me to understand the issues and challenges that people have in York and the surrounding villages. I care passionately about our local community because this is my local community, and the issues that affect you affect me and my family.”