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Never Again Flood Campaign Hull has been flooded twice in the past decade - in 2007 and 2013 - and climate change is making the risk greater in future.   Diana Johnson MP is campaigning to ensure...
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

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Diana Johnson MP has secured a UK-wide public inquiry into the NHS Contaminated Blood scandal.

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Hull North MP Diana Johnson today secured an emergency House of Commons debate on the NHS Contamined Blood scandal.
This is to be held on 11 July.

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What I'm doing in the Constituency

Transport in the North of England

Sep 14, 2017

In the past year the Government has pulled the plug on the electrification of the rail line from Hull to Selby, along with the planned electrification from Liverpool across the Pennines.

Public sector pay survey

Jul 28, 2017

To me, politics is about choices. The Government collects our money through taxation and then chooses how to spend it.

At a time when services like the NHS are in crisis, the Conservatives have chosen to cap the pay of public sector workers.

Research from the TUC suggests that by 2020 the pay cap will mean a pay cut of

- £3,288 for midwives

- £3,064 for teachers

- £2,656 for nurses

This is not a choice that I agree with. All of us depend to a greater or lesser extent on the services these people provide.


What I'm doing in the Constituency

Hull North MP Diana Johnson has responded to this week’s publication of Hull City Council’s internal review into the baby ashes scandal.

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Hull’s three MPs have been in contact with Hull City Council regarding safety in the 26 tower blocks in Hull following the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in London.

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