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Diana is campaigning to save 400 skilled local jobs BAE jobs campaign Diana Johnson MP is campaigning to save 400 skilled local jobs that are under threat at BAE Systems in Brough and has asked the Government to renew the 1970s-built Red...
Hull North Small Business Awards It's time for the rollout of the Hull North Small Business Awards 2017!   Following the success of the 2015 and 2016 Hull North Small Business Awards, the campaign is...
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What I'm doing in Parliament

To mark the 65th anniversary of the founding of the NHS on 5 July, Hull North MP Diana Johnson has called on Hull people to celebrate this incredible institution.

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Hull North MP Diana Johnson has responded to the Coalition’s latest spending cuts, announced today, by saying that working families are being asked to pay for the Coalition’s failure.

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What I'm doing in the Constituency

Local jobs losses will make claims about the end of recession ring hollow in Hull

Oct 25, 2012

Hull North Labour MP Diana Johnson has reacted to the latest UK growth figures in a week when the Hull area has heard of over 700 more private sector job losses locally.

Hull North MP Diana Johnson said: “Government statements about the end of the recession will ring hollow to those in the dole queues and Food Banks of Hull.

“Over 700 private sector jobs losses have been announced in and around Hull over the past week, from McCain Foods, Seven Seas and Kimberly Clark. This shows that Hull is still mired deep in the Coalition’s home-grown recession.

MP takes Hull North flood insurance plea to Government

Oct 23, 2012

Hull North MP Diana Johnson today (Tuesday 23 October) handed in letters on the future of flood insurance to the Government from around 500 Hull North residents.

Despite increased investment in flood defences under the previous Labour Government, many Hull residents have found that their insurance premiums have doubled and excesses have increased since the Hull floods in June 2007.


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