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Bishop's Stortford Flyer Column

As a result of Covid-19 we are all experiencing huge changes to how we socialise, our routine and in principle our mental fitness. As a result, many people have contacted my office concerned about what effect the restrictions will have on themselves and their loved ones.

Treasury Committee - Chief Executive of HMRC

Julie questions Jim Harra -First Permanent Secretary and Chief Executive at HMRC- during the Treasury Committee's virtual evidence session on the economic impact of coronavirus. Watch the video here.

Hertfordshire Mercury Column

I would like to say a very big ‘thank you’ to everyone for following the instructions on social distancing given by the Government.  Every decision being taken is based on expert advice and is designed to protect the NHS and keep us all safe and well.

Bishop's Stortford Independent Column

In these extraordinary times, there is no doubt that the most important thing I can say is ‘thank you’.  Thank you to everyone for following the instructions from the Government.  Every decision being taken by them is based on expert advice and is designed to protect the NHS and keep us all safe

Sending me letters

Due to current working restrictions, I would be grateful if any post is sent for my attention to The House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA and not to my constituency address in Harlow.

Treasury Committee - Governer of the Bank of England

Julie asks Mark Carney, then Governor of the Bank of England, about the Decision Maker Panel Survey pointing to a modest pickup of investment growth, whether it is sustainable, and whether it is due to the certainty now that the UK has left the EU

Bishop's Stortford Independent Column

It is only right that I focus in this column, as we all must in our daily lives, on the threat from the Coronavirus, or Covid-19.

Hertfordshire Mercury Column

Aside from the many meetings and constituency issues that I deal with every day, speaking in the House of Commons Chamber is a hugely important part of the job.  So being able to make my maiden speech was a special moment for me and a particular pleasure given it was on the centenary of the very