SSI need to be open and honest about plans for Redcar steelworks, says Anna Turley

Anna Turley, Labour MP for Redcar, has today called on SSI to step up and show its commitment to the steelworks, the workforce and suppliers. Continue reading

“We have to keep fighting” for steelworks says Anna Turley

Responding to reports today (18th September 2015) that SSI UK have paused production at the Redcar plant, local MP Anna Turley said:   Continue reading

Anna Turley calls on government to reduce burden on steelmaking and save ‘beating heart’ of Redcar

Labour MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, today (17th September) led a debate in the House of Commons on the crisis in steelmaking and called on the government to keep the industry alive. Continue reading

Anna leads Commons debate on steel crisis

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Redcar MP demands government action on steel crisis

Anna Turley, Labour MP for Redcar, has secured a three hour debate on the crisis in UK steel and has repeated her call for government action to save steelmaking on Teesside. Continue reading

Politics goes pink for breast cancer awareness

Anna wears it pink in Westminster in aid of Breast Cancer Now   Continue reading

West Dyke Road Rail Crossing Update

Network Rail are expecting to commence the upgrade of the rail crossing on the week of the 8th November. Continue reading

Anna spends day shadowing Coast & Country Housing

Labour MP for Redcar visited social housing company Coast & Country recently to learn how the not-for-profit enterprise works for its tenants and the wider community. Continue reading

Anna Turley becomes a Dementia Friend

Redcar MP Anna Turley has taken a key step towards helping end the stigma surrounding dementia by becoming a Dementia Friend. Continue reading

Westminster Report – Summer Recess

Hi guys. I hope you have all had a good summer. It has been great to be back home in the constituency full time for the summer recess. I have been spending the time dealing with casework, meeting with businesses, organisations and community groups, as well as getting back out on the doorstep speaking to residents and holding my regular advice surgeries. Here are some of the highlights: Continue reading