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17 Nov 2005 -

More than 120 Members of Parliament from nine political parties are supporting a Parliamentary Early Day Motion (EDM) from Diana Johnson MP praising Hull City Council's work on reducing child road deaths.The EDM praises Hull's work on introducing 20 mile per hour zones in targeted locations, whic

15 Nov 2005 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today backed a new drive to cut the number of parents taking their children on holiday during school term-time.

14 Nov 2005 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson said today that Hull needs the Violent Crime Reduction Bill passed "sooner rather than later". The Violent Crime Reduction Bill is currently in its remaining stages in Parliament and is being discussed in the House of Commons today (Monday 14 November).

11 Nov 2005 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson has welcomed good news for Hull's war veterans as the government announced a funding boost for key projects.

09 Nov 2005 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today announced five-year-old Jack Burgess of Thoresby Primary School as the winner of this year's competition to design the MP's Christmas card.

08 Nov 2005 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson described today's publication of the Government's Childcare Bill as "a massive step forward for families in Hull".

07 Nov 2005 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today encouraged families and friends in Hull of troops on operations overseas to send presents free of charge this Christmas, thanks to a free mail scheme introduced by the Government.

02 Nov 2005 -

Hull North MP Diana Johnson has been appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to the Minister of State for Pension Reform, Stephen Timms.

Diana Johnson MP said: "I am delighted to have an opportunity to be closer to the heart of government.

01 Nov 2005 -

With Remembrance Sunday approaching, Hull North MP Diana Johnson is encouraging World War veterans living in Hull to apply for the Ministry of Defence's new Veterans' Badge.

27 Oct 2005 -

Secretary of State for Education Ruth Kelly today joined with Hull North MP Diana Johnson to congratulate Hull's schools, teachers and pupils for doubling the numbers of young people achieving five or more good GCSEs since 1997.