Cheltenham's MP, Alex Chalk, has challenged the Treasury to set out the Government’s plans “to ensure that online digital market places, social media companies and search engines should pay their fair share of tax”.
Cheltenham's MP, Alex Chalk, has hosted an event in Parliament (Wednesday 28 November 2018) to raise awareness of the key work of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and its parent organisation GCHQ.
A bill to tackle 'unfair' parking tickets issued by private parking companies has been passed in the House of Commons, with the backing of Cheltenham's MP, Alex Chalk. The Bill was discussed on Friday 23rd November.
When it comes to the future of our hospital, I believe elected representatives should put aside their political differences and pull together for the good of the town. And I’m delighted that’s exactly what happened this week.
Queen Street in Cheltenham is a normal, unassuming residential cul-de-sac. You pass it on your left as you head towards Gardner’s Lane off Swindon Road. Nothing out of the ordinary. You’ve probably never given it a second’s thought.
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