LET’S fly the flag for Britain and build three new ships for the Royal Navy here instead of abroad.

Stephen Hepburn, the Labour MP for the Jarrow Constituency, has continued his campaign to support shipbuilding jobs in the North East and UK by further pressing Defence Ministers to keep navy shipbuilding contacts in the UK. 

Stephen Hepburn MP for the Jarrow Constituency has called on the Government to urgently review safety on the A19.

Imagine you’ve a disability and the money you rely on is taken away with no good reason.

Potholes

Stephen Hepburn, MP for the Jarrow Constituency has spoken in Parliament about the need for the Government to deal with the conditions of roads across the North East. 

Stephen Hepburn, MP for the Jarrow Constituency has heavily criticised the Conservative Government’s decision to continue to outsource public sector contracts.

HOW to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries is a dilemma, particularly when you’re well north of 21 and don’t wish to be reminded age is marching relentlessly on.

THERESA May’s disastrous two years in office have been defined by a series of U-turns and stumbling from one disaster to the next. 

Stephen Hepburn, MP for the Jarrow Constituency, has continued to campaign for the Government to improve road safety on the North East section of the A19. 

EVERY day up here we see why trains should be owned and run by the people of Great Britain.

Stephen Hepburn, MP for the Jarrow Constituency, has slammed Justice Ministers in Parliament after he highlighted the sheer number of people winning tribunals when appealing against the Personal Independence Payment assessment decision. 

Police Cuts

Stephen Hepburn, the Labour MP for the Jarrow Constituency, has slammed the Home Secretary in Parliament on cuts to Northumbria Police force since the Conservative Party came to power in 2010. 

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Meet your MP

 Stephen-Hepburn-MP

Stephen Hepburn has served the Jarrow Constituency as MP since 1997.

He was last elected to serve in June 2017 and won the seat with a conclusive 17,263 majority.

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