Making tracks – my article for the Heatons Post

Reddish South has the unfortunate honour of being one of the quietest train stations in the UK. This shouldn’t really be a surprise when the station has just one return journey each week – what is known as a parliamentary service. For many years, I’ve been supporting...

Statement on the death of Prince Philip

Commenting on the news that HRH Prince Philip has died at the age of 99, Denton and Reddish MP Andrew Gwynne said: “I was saddened to hear today about the passing of Prince Philip. He led an extraordinary life of public service, both in our armed forces and – for over...

Gwynne calls for more support for Long Covid sufferers

Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, has called for more support for long Covid sufferers after new figures revealed an estimated 138,000 people in the North West were living with the condition. Gwynne, who has personally been impacted by long Covid, said too...

A new era for GMP – my weekly article for the Tameside Reporter

We all have a fundamental right to feel safe in our own homes, in our workplaces, on public transport and on our streets. Key to this are our police. As a society, we allow them to use proportionate force and to take freedoms from individuals who are impacting on the...

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