Antoinette Sandbach MP welcomes new jobs figures showing a strong economy in Eddisbury.
Ms Sandbach has welcomed recent figures showing that there are 189,000 more people in work across the North West and 2.7 million more people across the United Kingdom back in work than in 2010, meaning that more families across Eddisbury
have the security of a regular pay packet.
In Eddisbury, the number of people claiming the key out of work benefits has fallen by 870- a 63 per cent drop -- since 2010.
With the employment rate at a record high, the female employment rate at its highest since records began and the proportion of young people who have left full-time education and are unemployed at its lowest ever rate, today's figures show
that the unemployment rate has dropped to below 5 per cent -- the lowest since 2005.
Local MP Antoinette Sandbach said:
'Because of the decisions Conservatives have taken over the past six years, the fundamentals of our economy are strong and will continue to be strong.
'Today's figures show that employment is growing across all the regions and nations of the United Kingdom as we build a Britain that works for everyone. The number of people locally relying on the key out of work benefits has fallen by
870 since 2010 -- a 63% drop.
'As the number of workless households is down to an all-time low, we are delivering more economic security and providing opportunities that give families in Eddisbury the best chance in life. Our job now is to build on this success story
and create an economy that works for everyone, so people can benefit from the opportunities that are being created regardless of who they are or where they live.'
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Temporary Road Closure — Wrexham Road MalpasNotice is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Section 14 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the effect of which will be to prohibit traffic on the following lengths of roads in Malpas Ward to enable Carriageway Lining works to be carried out by Cheshire West and Chester CouncilWrexham Road — From Sunnyside to Hayside WalkNothing...
RE-ISSUE OF BOOK ABOUT MALPAS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR To mark the 80th anniversary of the start of the second World War, on 3rd September 1939, David Hayns has re-issued a book published originally in 2005. The book includes the memories of many who lived or worked in Malpas during the war years, many of whom have sadly died since they were interviewed by the author. The book...
Bike Security Marking...
Malpas Recreation Ground
High Street Church