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Thousands of Humberside’s convicted criminals could soon be supervised by G4S and Serco, as the Coalition Government privatises the Probation Service.

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Hull North MP Diana Johnson has slammed David Cameron’s statement in today’s Prime Minister’s Questions that he is reviewing state support for green energy.

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What I'm doing in the Constituency

Hull MP raises fears over loss of disability mobility vehicles

Jan 31, 2013

Mobility carHull North MP today raised concerns in the Commons over how many disabled people in Hull will lose their mobility cars under Coalition welfare reforms.

Speaking in the Commons, Diana Johnson MP asked: “There are currently 3,200 Motability Scheme customers in Hull. Can we have a debate on the floor of the House to explore what proportion of these will lose their mobility vehicles when their eligibility is reviewed, under the Coalition’s Personal Independence Payments, between October 2013 and 2018?”

Local MP hits out at pension reforms as Hull women set to lose out

Jan 28, 2013

House of Commons Library research released by Labour reveals the true cost of last week’s pensions reforms to 1,600 Hull women who are set to lose out.

Women born in 1952 and 1953 will not be eligible for the single tier pension since they are due to retire in 2017, before the state pension reforms come into effect. Men born during the same period, however, will qualify.

The news comes after the Government claimed that "we have to be absolutely transparent”, yet he failed to make clear the full consequences of the planned reforms.


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