David Mackintosh has lent his support to an awareness week helping charities across Northampton to take the opportunity to thank their loyal supporters.
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David Mackintosh has been invited to attend a special ceremony at the French Military Cemetery as the people of France remember the events of the First World War.
David Mackintosh has welcomed new figures released today showing that 1,200 businesses in Northampton South are benefitting from the Government’s Employment Allowance since its introduction in April, making it easier for businesses to hire staff and create jobs.
llr David Mackintosh, Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Northampton South, has welcomed new figures showing that the benefit cap is supporting people off benefits and into work, ending cycles of welfare dependency.
David Mackintosh, the parliamentary candidate for Northampton South, has welcomed new figures showing that Conservative plans for further cuts to income tax would take an estimated 5,120 low-earners out of paying income tax altogether, as well as reducing others’ tax bills, making hardworking taxpayers more financially secure.
Cllr David Mackintosh has welcomed new steps being taken by the government to improve mobile coverage and end ‘partial not-spots’ – areas where there is coverage from one or more but not all of the four mobile networks – in Northamptonshire.
avid Mackintosh has welcomed the announcement that from yesterday over 24 million hardworking taxpayers will start to receive a new, personal Annual Tax Summary. This will set out how much direct tax they pay and how that money is being spent by the Government.
Cllr David Mackintosh, Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Northampton South, will be selling poppies this weekend at the Weston Favell Centre, the tenth successive year he has volunteered on behalf of the Royal British Legion.
Final plans are now in place for the return of a spectacular fireworks display in Midsummer Meadow, following the decision to bring back Northampton’s popular Bonfire Night event.
avid Mackintosh has welcomed new figures showing that there are 53,000 fewer workless households in the East Midlands since 2010. That means fewer families without the security of work.