[26 Mar 2015]
Sir Tony stands down as Member of Parliament for North Oxfordshire

As Parliament has now dissolved, Sir Tony has now ceased to be a Member of Parliament.

Sir Tony said:

“It has been an enormous privilege to serve the people of North Oxfordshire for almost a third of century. I am incredibly grateful to all those who have supported me over the years, particularly my loyal staff without whom my office would not have operated so smoothly.”

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[31 Mar 2015]
Banbury Guardian: Sir Tony’s first victory

My article today is a response to the news that Sir Tony Baldry is standing down as Member of Parliament after over 30 years of representing the people of North Oxfordshire.

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[26 Mar 2015]
Church of England welcomes Royal Assent for Lords Spiritual (Women) Act

The Church of England has welcomed Royal Assent today for an Act that will bring forward the introduction of the first women diocesan bishops into the House of Lords.

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[26 Mar 2015]
Chancellor announces details of church roof grants

Chancellor awards £30 million funding package for listed places of worship today, with second round of £25 million to open for 2015-16

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[25 Mar 2015]
MP helps local Parkinson’s UK branch celebrate its 25th birthday

On Saturday 21 March, Banbury MP Sir Tony Baldry visited the local Parkinson’s UK branch to help celebrate its 25th birthday.

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[25 Mar 2015]
Removal van comes to Westminster

Since announcing his decision to stand down at the forthcoming General Election, North Oxfordshire MP Sir Tony Baldry has gradually been clearing out his Parliamentary office.