General Election 2017

Neither Theresa May nor the Conservative Party have a mandate for their government so it is right to go to the public, although the timing of her change of heart seems to be politically motivated rather than in the best interests of the country. Continue reading

Visit to Kirkleatham Hall School

It was an absolute pleasure to visit Kirkleatham Hall School last week. Thank you to all the staff and pupils for welcoming me. Headteacher Karen Robson and Chair of Governors Dr Doug Thomson took me on a tour around all of the different departments. It was also great to join the pupils for their Easter parade in the school hall which looked like a lot of fun. Continue reading

‘Marske Medical Centre a victim of NHS crisis’, says Anna Turley MP

Responding to the news that Marske Medical Centre will close at the end of June after attempts to find a provider to run the service were unsuccessful, Redcar MP Anna Turley said: Continue reading

PM must bring back a deal that secures Teesside jobs

Speaking on the day Prime Minister Theresa May formally notified the European Union of Britain’s decision to leave by invoking Article 50, Redcar MP Anna Turley said: Continue reading

Junction Foundation offer lifeline to vulnerable young people and young carers’

Redcar MP Anna Turley has launched a fundraising drive for Redcar-based charity The Junction Foundation who work with vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people. Continue reading

Marske-made Gourmet Scotch Eggs win royal approval

Local business, The Clucking Pig Company, have taken their gourmet scotch eggs all the way to Buckingham Palace to be tasted by the Duke of York and the Queen’s chef. Continue reading

Anna welcomes new Twitter anti-abuse features

Anna Turley, Member of Parliament for Redcar, has today welcomed new Twitter features which could filter out abusive tweets from user’s timelines. Continue reading

Anna Turley challenges Health Minister on £281 million hospital deficit

Redcar MP Anna Turley questioned Health Minister David Mowat today on the strain NHS cuts are putting on health services in Teesside. Continue reading

Challenging damaging Government school funding proposals

Under the Government's plans for funding education, schools and pupils in Redcar & Cleveland will be losing a whopping £7.8 million by 2020 – that is £422 per pupil in one of the most deprived areas of the country. Continue reading

Anna Turley welcomes exciting Eston Hills Archaeology Project

Redcar MP Anna Turley has welcomed Teesside Archaeological Society’s ‘ICE AND FIRE’ project to explore and record Stone Age archaeology on the Eston Hills. Continue reading