This morning I travelled back down to London as Parliament returns following the Easter recess. We are expecting the Prime Minister to make a statement on the situation in Syria and the military action taken over the weekend. Like many of you, I have been following the situation on the news and have not received any formal briefing from the government. Today we hope to get some answers and clarification. Continue reading

Grangetown Training and Employment Hub

Yesterday I visited the award winning Grangetown Training and Employment Hub to hear about the great work they are doing getting local people into work. Continue reading

Police cuts are damaging communities and pushing people towards private protection, Redcar MP warns

Redcar MP warns community anger is pushing vulnerable people towards private protection companies Anna Turley repeats call to the government to reinstate funding for neighbourhood policing Continue reading

NHS pay increase welcome news after eight years of austerity

Commenting on the pay increase agreed for NHS workers, Labour MP for Redcar Anna Turley said: Continue reading

Protect youth mental health services, says Redcar MP

Labour MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, has called on the government to protect mental health services for children and young people as staff at Redcar mental health charity face redundancy. Continue reading

Town meeting delivers bold vision for Redcar

Local Labour MP, Anna Turley, welcomes Redcar area growth plans and thanks residents who gave their views to help create this vision. Continue reading

February 2018 Casework Update

Here is a summary of the casework my team and I have supported residents with for February. The chart reflects new requests for help and not the ongoing cases started before February. Continue reading

Anna Turley welcomes care centre plan for Eston Hillview

Commenting on Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s plans to develop the former Hillview Care Home in Eston into an Intermediate Care Centre with the NHS, local Labour MP Anna Turley said: Continue reading

Teesside's clean energy future

Earlier this week I stepped in to speak on behalf of our council leader Sue Jeffrey – who was unable to travel because of the snow – at a UK 100 event in Parliament.   UK100 is a network of UK councils committed to clean energy. I am pleased to see Redcar & Cleveland is one of the 85 areas who have signed up to be running on 100% clean energy by 2050.   I spoke about how Teesside, as an area with heavy industry and high energy usage, is working hard to develop green technology like Carbon Capture and Storage to make our industry future proof. The clean energy economy could also deliver thousands more jobs if we take a lead.   Imagine a not too distant future where clean hydrogen produced on Teesside at our existing plant is fuelling transport, heating homes, and powering industry here and across the UK.   We are ambitious, we have a plan, and we need government to get behind us.   Read the full speaking notes here: Continue reading

Protests at Tees Dock Road this morning

Commenting on the protest being held at Tees Dock Road this morning, which has caused huge traffic problems on the A66 and the A174 Parkway, Redcar MP Anna Turley Anna said:  Continue reading