Greg Hands MP has welcomed new figures showing 765 fewer people are claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance in Chelsea and Fulham since 2010, a 40% drop. Over half of the new jobs came in the last year: since September 2013 in Chelsea and Fulham there have been 367 fewer people unemployed, a fall of 24%. This means more people in work, with the security of a regular job and a brighter future ahead of them.
Chelsea and Fulham MP, Greg Hands, has met former Jamaican Prime Minister and current Leader of the Jamaican Labour Party, Andrew Holness, to discuss the Conservative led Government’s cuts to the Caribbean, Indian and Australasian bands of Air Passenger Duty (APD).
At the Labour Party conference this week, Ed Miliband put himself forward to be Prime Minister after the General Election, but he failed to offer any serious plan to grow the economy. He didn’t even mention the deficit once.
Chelsea and Fulham’s newest free school, opened its doors this week to the delight of pupils, parents and teachers alike. Fulham Boys School, whose future had been in jeopardy earlier this year after uncertainty over its site, had its first day of the school year on Monday 15th September.
MP for Chelsea and Fulham, Greg Hands, is disappointed but not surprised at the Planning Inspectorate’s recommendation for Thames Water’s main drive shaft for the Super Sewer to be in Carnwath Road, in Fulham.
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