Greg Hands wins third term as MP, on an increased share of the vote

Greg Hands was re-elected to a third term as MP for Chelsea & Fulham on Thursday, with an increased share of the vote. Having won the seat from Labour in 2005 (as Hammersmith & Fulham), Greg has increased the Conservative vote share at all three elections, in 2005, 2010 and 2015.

Working in key marginal across London and the South East, Greg Hands helps secure more key seats for the Conservatives

Greg Hands played a key role in the General Election as the Conservative Party’s Deputy Chief Whip, being based at Conservative Campaign Headquarters, running Action Days, battle buses and helping orchestrate the national campaign, whilst never neglecting the local campaign in Chelsea & Fulham.Along with other local Conservatives, Cllr Greg Smith and former Council Leader, Stephen Greenhalgh, Greg travelled the region on behalf of local Conservative candidates, often accompanied by local Chelsea resident, staunch Conservative supporter and former England footballer, Sol Campbell.

Greg Hands attends commemoration service for Fulham war hero awarded the Victoria Cross

Greg Hands this week attended a memorial service in Fulham to mark the awarding of the Victoria Cross in 1915 to Private Edward Dwyer, a former resident of Fulham.Edward Dwyer was born in Cassidy Road on 25th November 1895. After an education of St Thomas of Canterbury School in Estcourt Road, Fulham, he joined the 1st Battalion, East Surry Regiment.

This video will amaze you. Alex Salmond laughing and boasting about how he'll write the next Labour budget:

It shows more clearly than ever the chaos that would come from the SNP propping up Ed Miliband - and calling the tune in Downing Street.  With the SNP in charge, there would be more taxes, more borrowing and more debt - and hardworking families across Britain would pay the price.
Please watch and share this video today. Everyone in Britain needs to see it - and everyone needs to vote Conservative on 7th May to stop Ed Miliband and the SNP from wrecking our country.

Unemployment almost halved in Chelsea and Fulham with David Cameron's Conservatives - don't risk it with Ed Miliband, Labour and the SNP

Greg Hands has welcomed new figures showing that in the five years since the last election, unemployment in Chelsea and Fulham has fallen by almost half, under the Conservative-led Coalition Government. Official, independent figures released on 17th April show 994 fewer people in Chelsea and Fulham claiming Jobseeker's Allowance or Universal Credit compared with 2010 - a 48 per cent drop. This means more people in work, with the security of a good job and a regular income.