181,000 people in the West Midlands working on the National Living Wage received a 5% pay rise today, worth an extra £690 over the course of the year, in the biggest pay rise for low paid workers in 20 years.
Stuart has hailed the UK’s public finances as reaching a ‘turning point’ following the Chancellor’s Spring Statement, with the independent economic outlook showing a ‘solid foundation on which to build Wolverhampton’s economic future’.
Stuart Anderson, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Wolverhampton South West, is encouraging local residents to show their support for the city centre by shopping locally for High Street Saturdayon 16 March.
Insights to the world of international security and personal protection were shared at a West Midlands Conservative Business Breakfast held at the Mount Hotel, Wolverhampton. Stuart was the guest speaker at the breakfast.
Wolverhampton South West Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Stuart Anderson has welcomed news today that significant progress has been made in discussions between the Government, representatives from the rail industry and football authorities on achieving a fairer deal for football fans when m
Conservative Parliamentary Candidate Stuart Anderson has welcomed £998,000 to improve the condition of roads in Wolverhampton as part of National Pothole Day, a national campaign to highlight the state of the UK's roads.
Today, the Prime Minister launched the Long-Term Plan for the NHS – a historic moment for patients in Wolverhampton and across the country. The publication of the plan follows the announcement last year that the NHS would receive £20.5 billion extra by 2023-24.
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