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Last night Julie visited Bethany City Church in the heart of Sunderland city centre where she spoke about her role as a Member of Parliament.

The meeting was open to all members of the public and the talk was followed by a question and answer session.

Julie visits Bethany City Church, Sunderland

Last night Julie visited Bethany City Church in the heart of Sunderland city centre where she spoke about her role as a Member of Parliament.

In partnership with Marie Curie Cancer Care, Julie is hosting a 'Blooming Great Tea Party' to raise funds for the charity.  The event is taking place at Crumbs, The Roker Hotel, on Friday 27th June from 10:30am to 12 noon and all are welcome.

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Julie said:

"Marie Curie's nurses to an absolutely amazing job in our communities.  This tea party is a great way of raising funds for a genuinely worthy cause.  Come along and join us for a slice of cake and a cup of tea on what I am sure will be a lovely morning."

For more information please contact Julie's office on (0191) 5655327. 

Join Julie for a 'Blooming Great Tea Party' on 27th June

In partnership with Marie Curie Cancer Care, Julie is hosting a 'Blooming Great Tea Party' to raise funds for the charity.  The event is taking place at Crumbs, The Roker...

Today, Julie was out knocking on doors in Barnes ward with Chuka Umunna MP, Shadow Minister for Business Innovation and Skills and Cllr Michael Essl, who is standing for re-election in Barnes ward on 22nd May.  They were also joined by almost a dozen other volunteers including all three of Labour's European election candidates.

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After speaking with one resident who was struggling to make ends meet, Julie said:

"The Tory-led Government claim that they have fixed the economy, the truth is that wages are down £1,600 a year since the election in 2010.

"By voting Labour on 22nd May, the people of Sunderland can send a message to this out of touch Government that they need to put hard-working families first, not the privileged few."

Campaigning with Chuka Umunna MP in Barnes

Today, Julie was out knocking on doors in Barnes ward with Chuka Umunna MP, Shadow Minister for Business Innovation and Skills and Cllr Michael Essl, who is standing for re-election...


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