[27 Feb 2015]
Sir Tony addresses Oxford East Conservative Association

I am very pleased and indeed proud to be here to support Melanie Magee. I have known Melanie for many years. I know Melanie to be an excellent Town and District Councillor. As it happens, Melanie represents two different Wards on the Town and District Councils but is exemplary in her commitment to all of her electors.

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[25 Feb 2015]
Baldry asks Prime Minister to set out long-term economic plan

Q14. [907706] Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): It being so successful, I wonder if—for the convenience of the House and particularly for Opposition Members—my right hon. Friend could set out the details of our long-term economic plan.

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[24 Feb 2015]
Oral Question (Health): GP Retirement

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Does my hon. Friend agree that this is not just a matter of the total number of GPs? Quite a lot of GPs now want to work part time, and quite a lot now want to be salaried rather than being partners. Is he confident that the model that was set up in 1948, which effectively means that each GP practice is its own separate, private business, is still suitable in the 21st century?

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[19 Feb 2015]

The Rt. Hon. Sir Tony Baldry, MP for North Oxfordshire has to check he is not losing a sense of perspective following reports that the telephone box library is to be closed due to health and safety concerns.

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[9 Feb 2015]
Oral Question (Home Office): Cyber and Online Crime

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Cybercrime knows no national boundaries. Is this not a good example where working closely with others in Europe through the European Cybercrime Centre and Interpol will help us better develop systems to tackle cybercrime and keep us all safe?

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[9 Feb 2015]
MP intervenes in HSBC tax avoidance statement to the House

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Will my hon. Friend clarify the fact that the previous Government introduced stamp duty intermediary relief in autumn 1997, and that the shadow Chancellor, who was then City Minister, extended that relief in 2007—relief that Labour now attacks? Is that a further example of confusion on the Opposition Benches about how to deal with tax avoidance?