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Spencer Drury: major milestone in our economic plan means a brighter future for families in Eltham

Spencer has welcomed new figures showing the British economy is now above its pre-crisis peak, after Labour’s Great Recession saw the economy shrink by 7.2 per cent. The economy grew by 0.8 per cent in Q2 2014, up 3.1 per cent on the same period last year. This continuing growth means there are more businesses, creating more jobs, so that more families can have the security of a regular pay packet and the peace of mind for the future that brings.

Transport for London pledge action on overcrowded 108 bus route

Earlier this year local Conservative campaigner Thomas Turrell launched a new campaign to increase bus capacity between North Greenwich and the Blackheath Royal Standard. Last week Thomas met with Transport for London’s (TfL) Mike Weston, Director of Buses, John Barry, Head of Network Development, and a member of John Barry’s team to raise the issue.

Cllr Matt Hartley selected as Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich

Greenwich Conservatives have selected local councillor Matt Hartley as their new Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich & Woolwich.

Conservative reforms lead to 49 additional PCs for Greenwich

Rising police numbers across Greenwich confirmed as Labour's claims of cuts revealed to be deeply misleading. Minutes of a council meeting in March confirm have confirmed that the implementation of the ‘Local Policing Model’ has led to an additional 49 Police Constables in the Borough.

Spencer Drury: New Growth Deal means more jobs and security for hardworking people in Eltham

Spencer Drury has welcomed the announcement of new funding to support businesses and infrastructure in Eltham – helping local businesses to create new jobs and train more young people.

Spencer Drury welcomes boost in saving in Eltham

Changes to the amount you can save and benefit from paying no tax announced by the Coalition Government came into force this week, allowing residents across Eltham to benefit from greater returns on their savings.

New 'maths hubs' will make a real difference across Greenwich

Greenwich Conservatives have welcomed the news that several schools in the Royal Borough of Greenwich are to benefit from the government's new 'maths hub' scheme, the details of which were announced yesterday by the Department for Education.

Conservatives push road repairs and street cleaning up the agenda

Local Conservatives have successfully pushed road repairs and street cleaning up the agenda in Greenwich as the council's new four-year term gets started in earnest.

After the Dear Leader: Glasnost or a Kim-Jong Un style crackdown on democratic opposition in Greenwich?

Was the first meeting of Greenwich Council the start of a new, more open and positive era under new Leader Cllr Denise Hyland or a taste of even more partisan politics under the new intake of Labour Councillors with the goal of Greenwich becoming a 'one party state' in the mould of Newham or Barking & Dagenham? (Where every councillors is Labour)

Secretive Council refuses to publish Greenwich Time defence

Greenwich Council have refused to publish their defence to Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) of their propaganda rag ‘Greenwich Time’

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