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Never Again Flood Campaign Hull has been flooded twice in the past decade - in 2007 and 2013 - and climate change is making the risk greater in future.   Diana Johnson MP is campaigning to ensure...
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What I'm doing in Parliament

Diana Johnson MP today made the case for the Gypsy Moth aircraft that Hull’s Amy Johnson flew to Australia in 1930 to be sho

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Government departments could be moved to areas like Hull under a new Bill being backed by Dianna Johnson MP.
 

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What I'm doing in the Constituency

Government rejects bid for fairer funding of Humber flood defences

Hull North MP Diana Johnson has expressed disappointment at news that the Government has rejected the bid for extra funding for Humber Estuary flood defence works.
 
Hull North MP Diana Johnson said: “So far the Government has announced £86m for Humber Estuary tidal flood defence works over the next six years. This is less than 10% of what the Environment Agency says the Humber Estuary needs in the next decade. 
 

Hull let down again on rail electrification

Sep 30, 2015 - Tags:

Hull North MP Diana Johnson has responded to today’s announcement by the Transport Secretary Patrick Mcloughlin about the ‘unpausing’ of rail upgrade schemes.

The decision means that work promised before the General Election to improve rail routes in many parts of the Midlands and the North, that was 'paused' in June, will now restart - albeit with further years of delay.

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What I'm doing in the Constituency

New figures from Labour show that 71% of families with children in Hull North could be hit be David Cameron’s Tax Credit cuts.
 

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Diana Johnson retained her Hull North Commons seat for Labour with a hugely increased majority at the General Election.
 

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