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[12 Dec 2014]
Bicester Advertiser: Food bank open for Christmas withdrawals

Bicester Food Bank has officially opened the doors to its new permanent base in time for the run up to Christmas.

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[11 Dec 2014]
Oral Question (Environment, Food & Rural Affairs): Food Poverty

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): May I commend to my hon. Friend the “Feeding Britain” report, which was funded with support from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s charitable trust? The report makes recommendations to a number of different organisations, including directly to the food industry, such as encouraging the redistribution of fresh surplus food to food assistance providers and voluntary organisations. Will Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Ministers meet the food industry and the supermarkets to go through the report’s recommendations for the food industry, and see what action the food industry and supermarkets can take?

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[9 Dec 2014]
Oral Question (Treasury): Income Tax

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Does my hon. Friend agree that a fair tax system should see everyone contributing to reduce the deficit, with those with the largest earnings making the largest contribution? Am I correct that the top 1% of taxpayers actually pay nearly 30% of all income tax receipts at present?

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[8 Dec 2014]

Banbury Tory MP Sir Tony Baldry is one of six people who will become a lay canon at Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford next month.

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[3 Dec 2014]
Baldry has Garden Town exchange with Chancellor during Autumn Statement

Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): Does not providing potentially up to £100 million in infrastructure investment to make Bicester an exemplar of a garden town for the 21st century, and ensuring that 13,000 new houses are built as speedily as possible, demonstrate that a key part of the Government’s long-term economic plan is building new homes and creating communities of which we can all be proud for generations to come?