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    Article: Jul 31, 2014

    Do you have what it takes to be a superhero?

    Superheroes are described as a type of hero or saviour possessing extraordinary talents, supernatural phenomena or superhuman powers and dedicated to protecting the public. Does this sound like you?

    I've partnered with the Anthony Nolan charity to hunt for more selfless superheroes who can help save lives here in Leeds North West.

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    Article: Jul 31, 2014

    The spotlight of the world recently shone on Yorkshire for the Tour de France and Grand D├ępart. Chosen ahead of Barcelona, Florence, Berlin, Venice and Edinburgh, would the county deliver?

    I think we can now answer the question with a proud and resounding "yes". This was just another chapter in the incredible history of success that this county has enjoyed.

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    Article: Jul 28, 2014

    Member of Parliament for Leeds North West, Greg Mulholland, has led parliamentary tributes to celebrating Yorkshire Day, due on 1st August.

    Mulholland has put forward a parliamentary motion calling on the House of Commons "to celebrate all that God's Own County has to offer" on this 39th annual Yorkshire Day. The first one was held in 1975 in protest at local boundary changes proposed by the government at the time.

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    Article: Jul 25, 2014

    The Royal British Legion Battle Back Centre Expedition team, which includes Greg Mulholland MP, were joined by the Dean of Leeds Metropolitan University Dean, Professor Andrew Slade, for a celebration of their successful expedition.

    Greg was part of the cross party trio of MPs that joined a group of serving soldiers and veterans led by Dave Bunting, who previously led the British Army Everest West Ridge Expedition in 2006, that conquered Cotopaxi, a 19,347ft/5,897m active volcano in Ecuador to raise money and awareness of the Royal British Legion's Battle Back Centre.

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    Article: Jul 25, 2014

    Liberal Democrats have helped to restore the UK economy to pre-crash levels, figures released today show.

    The UK economy has grown by 0.8% over the last quarter, ensuring that the UK economy has now returned to the same level it had before the banking crisis in 2008.

    Greg Mulholland, Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Leeds North West, said:

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    Article: Jul 23, 2014

    Apprenticeships offer a great next step no matter what your exam results, Liberal Democrat MP for Leeds North West, Greg Mulholland said today.

    In Leeds North West, 1,960 young people have started an apprenticeship in the last four years and more are being created.

    Mulholland said apprenticeships were ideal for hundreds of students expecting exam results.

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    Article: Jul 22, 2014

    Greg Mulholland MP, Member of Parliament for Leeds North West, has today pledged his support for the Girl Summit 2014, the first international event aimed at mobilising efforts to end Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) within a generation.

    The summit, which is being held in the UK, will rally a global movement to break the taboo surrounding FGM and help end FGM, as well as child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) for all girls. Doing this will help preserve girls' childhoods, promote their education, reduce their exposure to violence and abuse, and allow them to fulfil their potential in life.

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    Article: Jul 22, 2014

    Greg Mulholland MP, Member of Parliament for Leeds North West, has called on Barclays Bank to reconsider closing their Headingley branch.

    Barclays are proposing to close their Headingley branch in October of this year, meaning the closest branch for residents will be Blenheim Terrace, near Leeds University.

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    Article: Jul 21, 2014

    MP Mulholland backs Otley organ donation campaign

    Member of Parliament for Leeds North West, Greg Mulholland, this weekend dropped by a stall organised by the Otley Lions Club and West Yorkshire Kidney Patient Association to give his support to their organ donation campaign.

    Earlier this month saw the NHS organise its National Transplant Week, aiming to raise awareness of organ donation and urging people to join the Organ Donation Register. The stall was held at the Buttercross in Otley on Saturday, 19th July, to mark the end of the NHS campaign and was also supported by Otley Lions Club, including the club's mascot Chip, and Otley town crier, Terry Ford.

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    Article: Jul 17, 2014

    Leeds North West MP, Greg Mulholland, has called a meeting with Leeds City Council, West Yorkshire Police, the three Leeds Universities and local Councillors in order to seek a solution to the noise nuisance issues experienced by residents in Headingley. The meeting will take place on Friday 18 July.