[23 Apr 2014]
MP comments on Oxfordshire Strategic Housing Market Assessment figures

As I understand it, the Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA) is an independent assessment which has been commissioned jointly by all of the local Planning Authorities in Oxfordshire.

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[23 Apr 2014]
North Oxfordshire MP receives ROKO Cancer Award

At a recent reception in the House of Lords, North Oxfordshire MP Rt. Hon. Sir Tony Baldry received an award from ROKO Cancer in recognition of his support for the charity.

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[22 Apr 2014]
Daily Telegraph: Letters to the Editor – From the constitution to the calendar

SIR – At the start of her Diamond Jubilee year, the Queen met at Lambeth Palace with leaders of all of the nation’s faiths.

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[3 Apr 2014]
MP intervenes in statement on standardised packaging of tobacco products

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Does my hon. Friend agree that the House should always pay careful attention to advice from knights like Sir Cyril? Will she confirm that this is a forensic report that is based on the best evidence, and that the Government are approaching the matter entirely on the basis of the best science? Is not the answer to the hon. Member for Liverpool, Wavertree (Luciana Berger) that if the Government did not consult properly on the regulations, far from speeding up matters, it would delay them? I assure the hon. Lady that my colleagues in the Temple would be over the road with an application for judicial review before one could say ban on anything.

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[1 Apr 2014]
Baldry intervenes during Royal Mail statement

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Not even Michael Heseltine at the zenith of his ministerial powers and capacity felt that he would be able successfully to privatise Royal Mail. Are not ministerial colleagues much to be congratulated on having privatised Royal Mail so successfully? Does my right hon. Friend agree that it does not lie in the mouths of those who left this country with an eye-watering public deficit to talk about concern for the taxpayer’s interests?

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[1 Apr 2014]
Oral Question (Health): A & E Waiting Times

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Does my hon. Friend agree that one of the ways to reduce pressures on A and E is to ensure that people do not go to A and E if they do not need to? Will she compliment the Oxford clinical commissioning group for the work that it is doing in Abingdon and is about to do in Banbury in setting up a primary triage unit at the entrance of A and E to ensure that those who need primary care get it, and that those who do not require A and E care get the proper and appropriate care?