‘Teesside should not bear burden of Tory social care crisis’

MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, has criticised a proposal by the Government for the growing cash crisis in social care to be met by further increases in local council tax. Continue reading

Anna's response to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement 2016

Responding to the Chancellor, Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement delivered in the House of Commons today, Anna said: Continue reading

“Stop discrimination against disabled people” says Anna

Redcar MP, Anna Turley, has shown her support for taxi and minicab drivers receiving disability equality training when getting their licence. A Private Member’s Bill that sought to introduce such training was debated on 18th November but was not voted on due to a lack of time. Continue reading

Anna backs report calling for more employment support for disabled people

There are over 100,000 people of working age who are deafblind and living in the UK. However, a new report from the disability charity Sense, has revealed that, although many of them are keen to enter the workforce, only a shocking 4% of 18 to 24-year-olds who are deafblind are actually in employment – a rate almost ten times lower than the employment rate of non-disabled young people – and the employment rate of deafblind people over the age of 24 is just 20% - almost four times lower than the national average. Continue reading

Anna Turley backs shopworkers’ campaign against workplace abuse

MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, has backed the ‘Freedom From Fear’ campaign, led by shopworkers’ union USDAW, calling for an end to abuse in the workplace. Continue reading

Teesside MPs lead steel debate in parliament

Teesside MPs Tom Blenkinsop and Anna Turley, today led a debate on the future of the UK steel industry in parliament. Continue reading

Anna Turley questions Government on impact of pharmacy closures

MP for Redcar, Anna Turley, today challenged the Government in the House of Commons on the impact of funding cuts for community pharmacies. Continue reading

Anna Turley slams funding cuts for local pharmacies

Anna Turley, MP for Redcar, has slammed the Government’s plans to cut funding for community pharmacies which will put 35 chemists on Teesside, a quarter of the total, at risk of closure. Continue reading

“On Your Bike!” Anna Raises Money for The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal

Today Anna joined the Director General of The Royal British Legion and over 80 other Members of Parliament raced against the clock on an exercise bike to raise money for The Royal British Legion’s annual Poppy Appeal. Continue reading

Anna supports campaign for a real living wage and urges employers to sign up

Redcar MP Anna Turley has today, at the start of Living Wage Week, joined calls for employers to pay their staff wages which are at least high enough to meet the cost of living. Continue reading