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Fighting for a Fair Deal for Hull Since 2010 the Government has moved money away from Hull to wealthier areas, hitting local services and Hull council tax payers hard.   You can see the results all...

What I'm doing in Parliament

The Westminster Leaders of seven political parties have written to the Prime Minister asking for full compensation for those infected in the NHS Infected Blood scandal without further delay. The NHS Infected Blood Public Inquiry, chaired by Sir Br

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In House of Commons Prime Minister's Question, Diana Johnson MP asked why those infected in the NHS Contaminated Blood scandal in the UK cannot have, 

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What I'm doing in the Constituency

Hull MP slates Tory leadership candidates for ignoring NHS Infected Blood victims

Diana Johnson MP asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer why Tory leadership candidates are ignoring calls for proper compensation for NHS Infected Blood victims.
 
This is in light of Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt both making huge public spending pledges in their campaigns to become Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister. 

Hull MP slams latest delay in phasing out the North's 'knackered' Pacer Trains

Speaking in the House of Commons, Hull North MP Diana Johnson attacked the latest delay in the replacement of Pacer Trains in Northern England.
 
The Labour MP compared the delays to investment in the North to the billions spent improving transport in London and the South East on schemes such as Crossrail.

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Diana attended a service at Hull Minster for those who served in the 1982 Falklands conflict.
 

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Diana Johnson MP met the Rail Minister Andrew Jones in Hull with Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce and Emma Hardy MP to discuss the fairer deal on rail infrastructure investment that the Humber area needs.
 

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