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What I'm doing in Parliament

Bryant and May match women on the picket line in July 1888

Hull North MP Diana Johnson made the following speech in a Westminster Hall debate on the match women's strike of 1888.

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Hull North MP Diana Johnson has welcomed Ed Miliband’s announcement that if elected a Labour Government will abolish the Coalition’s Bedroom Tax.

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What I'm doing in the Constituency

Support grows for Life Skills lessons campaign

Oct 16, 2012

Support was growing today for the attempt by Hull North MP Diana Johnson to make lessons about drugs, alcohol and relationships compulsory in classrooms.

The Relationship, Drug and Alcohol Education (Curriculum) Bill requires the Secretary of State for Education to include relationships, drug and alcohol education in the National Curriculum.

The Bill will be introduced by the Hull North MP Diana Johnson in the House of Commons tomorrow (Wednesday 17 October) straight after Prime Minister’s Questions, under the Ten Minute Rule Bill procedure.

Hull MP demands lessons in Life Skills in all schools

Oct 13, 2012

Diana Johnson MP is bidding to make lessons about drugs, alcohol and relationships compulsory in classrooms.

The Relationship, Drug and Alcohol Education (Curriculum) Bill requires the Secretary of State for Education to include relationships, drug and alcohol education in the National Curriculum.

The Bill will be introduced by the Hull North MP Diana Johnson in the House of Commons on Wednesday 17 October, straight after Prime Minister’s Questions, under the Ten Minute Rule Bill procedure.

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