Julian Sturdy, Member of Parliament for York Outer, today urged Theresa May to ensure the government listens to calls to lower the screening age for bowel cancer from 60 to 50 during Prime Minister’s Questions.
Following the Secretary of State for Transport’s announcement that Virgin Trains East Coast’s contract for operating services on the East Coast Main Line would be terminated on 24 June 2018, Mr Julian Sturdy sought assurances that infrastructure challenges would be addressed going forward.
During Prime Minister’s Questions this afternoon Mr Julian Sturdy, the Member of Parliament for York Outer, took the opportunity to raise the Tour de Yorkshire in a question regarding economic benefits and investment in British regions.
Today the Member for York Outer, Mr Julian Sturdy, pressed the Chancellor of the Exchequer to consider future housing development when investing to upgrade strategic roads, including the A1237 in York.
Julian Sturdy, the Member of Parliament for York Outer, this morning pressed Ministers at the Department of Health to make sure that York receives its fair share of the additional funding announced to help the health service deal with winter pressures in the Autumn Budget.
Julian Sturdy, the Member of Parliament for York Outer, this morning asked Ministers responsible for the ongoing withdrawal negotiations to secure new arrangements that facilitate the migration of scientists and other academic researchers.
Julian Sturdy, Member of Parliament for York Outer, this morning asked Ministers about the resilience of flood defences, and emphasised the need to remember smaller communities south of York when drawing up flood protection plans.
Today the Member of Parliament for York Outer, Julian Sturdy, shined the spotlight on Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in York and national waiting times at Prime Minister’s Questions.
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