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  • Kwik Fit
    Article: Aug 22, 2014

    Cheadle Constituency MP Mark Hunter was pleased to officially re-open the Cheadle Kwik Fit centre in Cheadle this Thursday.

    Mark was the guest of honour at the official re-opening of the depot and had the opportunity to meet with staff of their business locally and celebrate their success.

    The Cheadle centre was chosen for this investment from Kwik Fit's UK network of over 600 centres because of the commitment the staff have made in serving the local community. It is also a sign of the company's confidence in both the existing strength and potential demand in the area. The revamped centre will also continue to offer the full range of Kwik Fit services including tyres, exhausts, brakes, MoT testing, car servicing, air-con and windscreen repair.

  • HMP Styal Simon Hughes Tony Lloyd
    Article: Aug 19, 2014

    Simon Hughes MP, Minister of State for Justice and Civil Liberties, and local MP Mark Hunter today visited Styal prison, before meeting with Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd and Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy, and then going on to visit Stockport Women's Centre in the afternoon.

    HMP Styal, Cheshire, opened as a women's prison in 1962, and today houses female prisoners, Young Offenders and sentenced prisoners. The prison offers a number of activities that address offender behaviour and help the women to be equipped to deal with life after they complete their sentence. Drug and alcohol intervention alongside vocational training are key aspects of life at Styal.

  • Tax Threshold Clegg
    Article: Aug 15, 2014

    A Liberal Democrat government will make further cuts in Income Tax and reduce National Insurance for millions of workers under new manifesto plans.

    The party plans to raise the personal allowance to at least £12,500 by the end of next Parliament. This move would cut income tax for 30m workers and be worth £400 per year to a typical basic rate taxpayer.

  • Healthier Together
    Article: Aug 14, 2014

    Healthcare in Greater Manchester is changing as the NHS improves services in our communities. Proposals will transform GP provision and other primary care by increasing availability to patients, utilising technology better, and improving the quality of care. The NHS is currently asking residents for their views on the proposals, and local MP Mark Hunter is urging everyone to have their say.

  • Mark with Police
    Article: Aug 7, 2014

    Crime is down by more than 10% since 2010 in both the independent Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime statistics, as released by the Office for National Statistics. Crime is now at its lowest level since the crime survey began in 1981.

    The latest survey showed that there has been a 22% fall in violence in the year ending December 2013 compared with the previous year. Vandalism and criminal damage are down 15% and other household theft has dropped by 25%.

  • Mobile Phone Abroad
    Article: Aug 6, 2014

    Summer holidays are just around the corner for many, and with mobile internet access and Wi-Fi it's never been easier to stay in touch with what's going on at home and upload photos to share with friends.

    However, coming back from holiday to a huge mobile phone bill can be a nasty surprise, and it is important to remember that using your phone overseas can cost considerably more than it does at home, particularly if you want to access the internet or check your emails.

  • World War 1 Commemoration Remembrance Day
    Article: Aug 1, 2014

    This Monday, 4th August 2014, marks the 100th anniversary of the day Britain entered the First World War and Mark Hunter, Liberal Democrat MP for Cheadle constituency, is encouraging local residents to join the British Legion in a LIGHTS OUT moment of reflection.

    To mark the 100th anniversary everyone in the UK is invited to take part in LIGHTS OUT by turning off their lights from 10pm to 11pm on 4th August, leaving on a single light or candle for a shared moment of reflection.

  • ContraVision (Fiona Hanson)
    Article: Jul 28, 2014

    Contra Vision Ltd, based in Bramhall, has invented, sells and licenses see-through graphic products that are now used worldwide, on the windows of buses, taxis, trains, shops, offices and other buildings, providing advertisements, signs, privacy glazing and many other functions. It has now won a Queen's Award for International Trade.

  • Mark Hunter MP
    Article: Jul 25, 2014

    Liberal Democrats have helped to restore the UK economy to pre-crash levels, figures released today show.

    The UK economy has grown by 0.8% over the last quarter, ensuring that the UK economy has now returned to the same level it had before the banking crisis in 2008.

    Commenting, Local MP Mark Hunter said:

  • Office of National Statistics
    Article: Jul 22, 2014

    According to the latest numbers from the Office of National Statistics, the number of unemployed claimants in Cheadle constituency in June 2014 was 704.

    Of all economically active people aged from 16 to 64, 704 represents just 1.6% of economically active people in the constituency and is 285 fewer than June 2013, and 79 lower than in May 2014.