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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.
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.