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Jason McCartney

Jason McCartney

Jason McCartney is the Conversative MP for the Colne Valley. Mr McCartney, who was born in 1968, served in the RAF for nine years reaching the rank of flight lieutenant. He went on to work as a journalist before being elected in 2010. He is a Huddersfield Town fan.

 

At least 3,000 flock to newly revived Honley Feast

And money will boost CCTV in the village

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt

'Jeremy Hunt will probably decide whether Huddersfield loses its A&E'

MP Barry Sheerman suspects Health Secretary will make ultimate decision in letter to Mr Hunt

An artist's impression of the HDOne scheme

Which restaurant chains are heading for Huddersfield's HD One?

Big names set for town's new leisure complex revealed

Jason McCartney

Boundary changes: Lindley due to be transferred from Colne Valley to Huddersfield

Colne Valley Jason McCartney MP says he would be "sad" to lose Lindley

Hepworth United Football Club gets £340,000 towards a new clubhouse

Aims to boost the number of female and young players

Could you be a lorry driver? Men and women needed to work in road haulage!

Jason McCartney MP is backing the drive to encourage more young people to pursue a career in the industry

Marchers at Hands off HRI Funday Sunday. Photos by Neil Terry Photography

HandsOffHRI: Thousands pack into Greenhead Park for Funday Sunday festival

Festival followed well attended march from HRI to park

Huddersfield A&E consultation results: 'Go back to the drawing board', MPs say as they unite against plans

Huddersfield, Colne Valley and Dewsbury MPs urge health chiefs to listen to results and scrap proposal

Enjoying the sunshine in Greenhead Park

Hands Off HRI Funday Sunday: Everything you need to know about the Greenhead Park festival

Thousands expected for festival to save Huddersfield's A&E — here's our guide to what's on

Hade Edge estate plan: 'It's the wrong housing in the wrong place'

MP slams housing plan which will increase village size by one-third

Huddersfield and Calderdale Hospitals Report: 'Report is compelling case for saving HRI A&E'

MPs and campaigners agree that report is evidence that both A&Es should stay open

"Wing walk" in memory of WW2 bomber crew killed in Huddersfield

Friends Karen Todd and Sharon Pearson will walk 72 miles

#Hands off HRI - Jeremy Hunt ignored us so we're taking our fight to London, say campaigners

#HandsOffHRI to join Save Lewisham Hospital and other high-profile campaigns

Join Examiner reporter Dave Himelfield on the notorious TransPennine Ale Trail

Hundreds travel the rail lines drinking beer at every stop

Jason McCartney has first look at new washable five pound notes (not actual size)

They will come into circulation on September 13 and old paper notes will be phased out by next year

Darth Vader in the 1983 Star Wars movie Return Of The Jedi

We know more about 'Jedis' than our soldiers, says MP

Jason McCartney is backing a Royal British Legion campaign to include Armed Forces community in census

Chairman of the development company, Hartley Group, Richard Lowes (front) with colleagues, David Brescia (left) and Richard Floyd (2nd left) at the Globe Mills building in Slaithwaite with Councillors, Edgar Holroyd-Doveton (2nd right) Robert Barraclough (centre right) Julie McDowell and Community Representative, Robert Bamforth at the historic mill site in the village

When will the new development at Globe Mills in Slaithwaite open?

Globe One which will include a doctor's surgery, cafe and office space is being overseen by Hartley Property Group

Queen Elizabeth II welcomes Theresa May at the start of an audience in Buckingham Palace, London, where she invited the former Home Secretary to become Prime Minister and form a new government

MP Jason McCartney says Theresa May will be 'strong, calm leader'

Colne Valley MP MP calls for stability and rejects calls for General Election

Royds Hall pupils quiz David Cameron at Number 10

So who has the best banter in the Tory party?

Leadership candidates Home Secretary Theresa May (left) and Andrea Leadsom

Only 150,000 people will have a say in who is next prime minister

Deadline to sign up as member of Conservatives passed in June

Journalists

Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent