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[10 Jul 2014]

Over in the Commons, Sir Tony Baldry, MP for Banbury, has been a vocal advocate for change. Last year, he staged a Westminster debate on the subject, warning the Government that if the bats drive out worshippers, we will end up with abandoned listed buildings which are of no use to bat or human.

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[28 Jun 2014]
MP attends Banbury Armed Forces Day

North Oxfordshire MP, Sir Tony Baldry, attended Armed Forces Day in Banbury town centre on Saturday 28 June.

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[13 May 2014]
Only good news…that too has its challenges!

Last week the Banbury Guardian, the newspaper of record in the largest town in my constituency, devoted almost all of its front page to me, with a headline, the type size of which one would normally associate with “The Sun”, and a photograph of me large enough to illustrate why my children call me “Sir Cumference Hippo”, together with follow-on headlines in a type size usually associated for when Banbury beats Brackley at football.

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[6 May 2014]
North Oxfordshire MP joins charity in its call for volunteer mentors

Sir Tony Baldry has welcomed news that the Children Heard and Seen project has raised sufficient funds to register as a charity and has now joined the charity in its drive for volunteer mentors.

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[2 May 2014]
Bicester Advertiser: Parliamentary enthusiasts join a convoy

It was a sight to behold as a convoy of classic cars left Bicester to drive in convoy to the capital.

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[29 Apr 2014]
Oxford Mail: Transform it? They certainly did for these intrepid Bicester Scouts

Cubs, Scouts and Beavers opened the doors to show off their new base after a major refurbishment.

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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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[28 Mar 2014]
The Oxford Times: New cancer support centre opens doors in Launton

Cancer support and therapy centre, The Hummingbird, officially opens today.

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[28 Mar 2014]
How 38 Degrees will help the Conservatives win the next General Election

One of my parliamentary colleagues was recently berated for only having given representatives of 38 Degrees in his constituency just 10 minutes of his time and using that to tell them how unrepresentative he considered them to be.

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[19 Mar 2014]
Second Church Estates Commissioner welcomes £20m for urgent cathedral repairs

Second Church Estates Commissioner, the Rt. Hon. Sir Tony Baldry MP and the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England have warmly welcomed the announcement of a new two-year £20 million fund for repairs to cathedrals, announced in the Chancellor’s Budget today.