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Andrew Gwynne MP

Andrew has represented his home constituency of Denton and Reddish since 2005, being re-elected in 2010, 2015, 2017 and 2019. He represents Audenshaw, Denton, Dukinfield, Heaton Chapel, Heaton Norris and Reddish in the House of Commons. He is 47 years old and lives in Denton with his wife Allison, his four cats Jude, Sox, Minnie and Tammy and his dog Lottie. He has three children William, James and Maisie, and is now a grandad too.

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Welcome to the website of

Andrew Gwynne MP

Andrew has represented his home constituency of Denton and Reddish since 2005, being re-elected in 2010, 2015, 2017 and 2019. He represents Audenshaw, Denton, Dukinfield, Heaton Chapel, Heaton Norris and Reddish in the House of Commons. He is 45 years old and lives in Denton with his wife Allison, his four cats Jude, Sox, Minnie and Tammy and his dog Lottie. He has three children William, James and Maisie, and is now a grandad too.

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MPs respond to Ombudsman findings on 1950s women’s pensions

Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish and Peter Aldous, MP for Waveney have today responded in their capacity as Co-chair's of the All-party parliamentary group on State Pension Inequality for Women to the findings of the Parliamentary and Health Ombudsman's (PHSO)...

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📺 WATCH: As co-chairs of the APPG on State Pension Inequality for Women, Peter Aldous and I ask the Leader of the House of Commons when we can expect action following the Ombudsman’s findings of maladministration in respect of 1950s-born women and their state pensions. From his answer to my question, you’d think the Ombudsman hadn’t found fault at all. I’m not surprised they want to avoid scrutiny.

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📺 WATCH: As co-chairs of the APPG on State Pension Inequality for Women, Peter Aldous and I ask the Leader of the House of Commons when we can expect action following the Ombudsman’s findings of maladministration in respect of 1950s-born women and their state pensions. From his answer to my question, you’d think the Ombudsman hadn’t found fault at all. I’m not surprised they want to avoid scrutiny.

Constituency Office Address

Town Hall, Market Street, Denton, M34 2AP

Parliamentary Office Address

House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

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