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Surgeries – Saturday 18th June are confirmed to go ahead

17. June 2016

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Please not that the surgeries on Saturday 18th June will take place as planned.

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Surgeries Cancelled 17th June 2016

16. June 2016

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Please note due to unforeseen circumstances the surgeries due to take place on Friday 17th June have been cancelled. We apologise for the late notice and any inconvenience this may have caused.

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Alan Johnson attends a briefing with University of Hull academics to hear why they are better off in the EU

5. May 2016

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  Alan, and MEP Linda McAvan attended the briefing with Professor Calie Pistorius, Vice Chancellor of the University. At the meeting, they heard that the University has worked on research projects with 25 of the 28 EU member states. Professor Pistorius said:  “In the referendum debate, the value of the EU to universities and especially [...]

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Hull 2017 Launches Volunteer Programme

16. March 2016

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Members of the public are now being invited to suggest names for the team of volunteers that will make a direct contribution to the success of 2017. Volunteering opportunities with Hull 2017 are open to anyone over the age of 16 and are suitable for everyone, from those who want to gain invaluable work experience, [...]

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Hull MP’s back the #refugeeswelcome campaign

9. September 2015

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Alan Johnson joined Karl Turner and Diana Johnson in showing their support for the #refugeeswelcome campaign.

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Alan Johnson leads campaign to bring HMS Illustrious to Hull

12. August 2014

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Alan is leading the political campaign to preserve the HMS Illustrious as a heritage attraction, working with colleagues on the Humber and the Tyne. The Illustrious is the second of three Invincible-class light aircraft carriers to commissioned in the late 1970s and early 1980s. In accordance with the promise of the Ministry of Defence that [...]

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Securing Economic Recovery

17. November 2009

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22 October 2009 This time last year, the world banking system and the global economy were staring into the abyss. We took action.  We stepped into support our economy and led the global response through our leadership of the G20. The action we took is working, although the job isn’t finished yet.  Without it, another [...]

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Banking Reform

17. November 2009

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3 November 2009   We are making the banks safer, stronger and better for the consumer.   The break-up of the rescued banks will create three new banks.  It’s the biggest shake up of the high street for a generation increasing competition and benefiting consumers with better rates and services.   The situation has improved [...]

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More help for working families

17. November 2009

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2 November 2009   More help with housing costs for working families   ·       The Government is delivering real help for working families from today through changes to benefits rules.   ·       More than 200,000 working families will gain about £1000 a united pharmacy canada year, thanks to new rules around Housing and Council Tax [...]

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Managing impacts of Migration

20. March 2009

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Managing impacts of Migration

Communities Secretary Hazel Blears and Home Secretary Jacqui Smith this week announced details of a new multi million fund to support communities in managing local pressures from migration. The long term benefit to the UK economy from migration is significant and will be vital to ensuring the UK’s economic recovery. Nonetheless the Government recognises that [...]

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