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6th July 2015

Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, was granted the honour of opening trading on the London Stock Exchange on Friday, 19 June.

6th July 2015

On Friday, 26 June, Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, met with a delegation of local residents concerned about changes to the 424 bus route, due to be proposed by Transport for London (TfL).

6th July 2015

On Monday, 22 June, Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, met with senior representatives from Chelsea Football Club to discuss their intentions for the redevelopment of Stamford Bridge stadium.

6th July 2015

Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, attended the Chancellor’s annual Mansion House Speech.

6th July 2015

Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, attended a Bi-Borough Reception with local activists in the Piper Building, Fulham, on Thursday 11 June.

7th June 2015

Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, visited the Chelsea Muslim Community at their local Hub on the World’s End Estate on Friday 29 May.

7th June 2015

Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, is opposed to the changes to the 424 bus route due to be proposed by Transport for London (TfL).

26th May 2015

Greg Hands has welcomed new figures showing 1,042 fewer people in Chelsea and Fulham claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance and Universal Credit compared with 2010, a massive 50 per cent drop.

26th May 2015

The Prime Minster has revealed the key themes that will form the heart of the Queen’s Speech. In a series of speeches given this week, David Cameron has identified immigration controls, schools, and the NHS as key priorities for his new Government, and all are expected to feature centrally in Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech.

18th May 2015

The Prime Minister has appointed Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea and Fulham, as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, in the first Cabinet reshuffle following the General Election.

Greg Hands will take up the second most senior position in the Treasury, after the Chancellor, George Osborne, The Chief Secretary is responsible for public expenditure including spending reviews and strategic planning, welfare reform, and efficiency and value for money in public service.

Promoted by Jonathan Fraser-Howells on behalf of Greg Hands, both at 44 Southern Row, London, W10 5AN