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Jobs Up Again in Chelsea & Fulham

Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea & Fulham and Chief Secretary to the Treasury, has welcomed new figures which show that the number of people in Chelsea & Fulham claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance and Universal Credit while not in employment has fallen by a further 145 since October 2014, and by 892 - a 47 per cent drop – since 2010.

More Apprentices in Chelsea & Fulham is good news for young people

Greg Hands, Member of Parliament for Chelsea & Fulham and Chief Secretary to the Treasury, has welcomed new figures which show that 190 new apprenticeships were started in Chelsea & Fulham last year. In total, 1,020 new apprenticeships have been started in Chelsea & Fulham since 2010, meaning that more young people are getting the skills they need for a successful and secure future.

Greg Hands MP's speech to the Investec Mid-Market Conference

Investec Mid-market Summit, 20 November 2015For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Greg Hands, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, number 2 to George Osborne in the Department, and, as the MP for Chelsea and Fulham, quite possibly the local MP for some of you.

Greg Hands welcomes recent Crossrail 2 Chelsea Public Meeting

Greg Hands welcomes the most recent public meeting to discuss the prospect of Crossrail 2 in Chelsea & Fulham, as allowing more opportunity for key issues to be aired and residents to be able to quiz the promoters of the scheme.