Gwynne speaks out over regional inequality

New research reveals that the UK’s “Top 1%” live in a small cluster of Tory seats, Denton and Reddish MP Andrew Gwynne claims. The Institute for Fiscal Studies has this week revealed that the top 1% is overwhelmingly male, as well as generally being based in London...

Boris has no answers for councils

New Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson today delivered his first statement to MP’s in the House of Commons. In a lengthy speech that remained light on details, Johnson failed to make any mention of local government and the growing crisis in local services...

Gwynne urges action to ban dog meat consumption

Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, is backing a campaign to make the consumption of dog meat in the United Kingdom illegal. Gwynne joined the World Dog Alliance at an event in Parliament to show his support for the ban. Whilst the sale and production of dog...

Gwynne welcomes report on financial impact of cancer

Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, recently met with Macmillan Cancer Support to discuss their new report on the financial impact of cancer entitled ‘Cancer – A Costly Diagnosis?’ The report focusses on people’s individual experiences of the...

Gwynne calls for end to big cat trade

Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, has called for urgent action to end the killing of tigers and other big cats by halting trade in their parts and products. At an event co-hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary China Group (APPCG) and the Indo-British All-Party...

Gwynne backs calls for urgent reform of the welfare system

Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, today lent his support to 80 charities calling for better support for disabled people. Gwynne attended the launch event in Parliament for the report ‘Has welfare became unfair?- the impact of changes on disabled people”....

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