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13th April 2015

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Chelsea and Fulham, Greg Hands, has spoken at a pre-election public question and answer session, or hustings, organised by the Hammersmith and Fulham branch of Age UK.

13th April 2015

This week the Returning Officer for Hammersmith and Fulham Council published the Notice of Poll for the General Election taking place on 7th May.

13th April 2015

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Chelsea and Fulham, Greg Hands, confirms that the future of Charing Cross Hospital is secure with the Conservatives.

13th April 2015

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Chelsea and Fulham has expressed his surprise at the almost complete absence of campaigning activity from other parties in the local area.

13th April 2015

This week The Prime Minister announced the creation of 16,000 new apprenticeships by major companies across construction, engineering, and the retail sectors. The apprenticeships will be launched in partnership with companies including National Grid, Costa Coffee and Morrisons.

4th April 2015

Since Parliament dissolved at the end of last week, Greg Hands, who is now no longer the local MP but the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Chelsea and Fulham, has been making the most of his mornings to meet commuters at local tube stations including Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green and Putney Bridge.

4th April 2015

Over 100 major business leaders, who employ more than half a million people, have backed the Conservative Party’s policy of lowering corporation tax.  They say that David Cameron’s long-term economic plan is the right way to create jobs, grow businesses and secure a better future for Britain.

It is an independent endorsement of the Conservative economic plan by the people who do the most to create jobs in our country and make our economy grow.

Over 100 of the UK’s foremost business leaders – people who create jobs and grow our economy - have signed the letter.

4th April 2015

New figures released from the Office for National Statistics this week show the British economy grew more strongly last year than previously thought. This was part of a hat-trick of good news – with new figures also showing consumer confidence is at its highest level in over 12 years, and that living standards are now higher than in May 2010.

4th April 2015

Labour’s Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls has let slip that Labour will put up income tax for people on middle incomes – including teachers, nurses, and police officers.

29th March 2015

Last week, the Chancellor set out the final Budget before the election. It contained a number of measure that will benefit charities and churches. Greg Hands MP has welcomed the positive impact these new measures will have on the local area.

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