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Greg Hands M.P. visits Royal Brompton's paediatric teams

Greg Hands, M.P. for Chelsea and Fulham, visited Royal Brompton on Monday 4th April to see the excellent work of the hospital’s paediatric teams. He also met chief executive Mr Bob Bell, and Trust chairman, Sir Robert Finch, to hear more about the full impact of removing children’s heart surgery from Royal Brompton – one of the recommendations in the Safe & Sustainable review of paediatric cardiac surgery.

Greg Hands M.P. welcomes extra five trains an hour for Wimbledon branch

LU proposes more trains and greater reliability for District line passengers
· The changes follow a campaign launched by Greg Hands in 2002 for more capacity on the heavily overcrowded Wimbledon branch of the District Line· Wimbledon branch will see five additional trains during the morning peak· Changes enabled by withdrawal of weekday service to Kensington (Olympia) following increase in Overground service serving the venue

Hands helps raise awareness of the need for bone marrow donors

Anthony Nolan is a pioneering charity that saves the lives of people with blood cancer who need a lifesaving blood stem cell transplant, also known as a bone marrow transplant. Greg Hands MP attended the event on Tuesday, where Anthony Nolan recruited over 40 Westminster staff to its donor register.

Hands speaks out against Sewer threat to Fulham

Local residents urged to sign petition against new “Super Sewer” plansThousands of new homes and jobs are under threat after Thames Water revealed they are considering surprise new plans for a major super-sewer construction compound in South Fulham.

Greg Hands M.P. runs new Chelsea surgery

Daily Mirror gets it wrong over Peter JonesGreg Hands M.P. today hit back at claims in the Daily Mirror that it was inappropriate for the M.P. for Chelsea and Fulham to hold a surgery in the Peter Jones department store, Sloane Square.

Hands praises Conservative initiative to map crime in our streets

Greg Hands MP has praised the world-leading website www.police.uk, which provides data maps that show crime and anti-social behaviour at a street-by-street level. Everyone in Chelsea, Fulham and beyond can now see exactly what type of crime is happening and where – right down to the level of their street corner.  Concerns about the crimes seen, or how issues are dealt with, can be raised directly with the police.