John Baron MP welcomes Commons Article 50 vote

February 9, 2017
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MP says Peers should pass Bill unamended Yesterday the House of Commons voted to pass the Government’s Article 50 Bill by a majority of 494 votes to 122 – a majority of 372, with John Baron MP supporting the Prime Minister and voting for the Bill. Having completed its passage through the House of...
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John Baron MP raises local NHS accountability in Health Questions

February 7, 2017
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MP says CCGs must face robust accountability on cancer performance During Health Questions in the House of Commons today, John Baron MP asked the Minister for Public Health, David Mowat MP, about the accountability of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) for their one-year cancer survival statistics. Since April 2015, CCGs have been held accountable through...
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John Baron MP hosts annual Beating Bowel Cancer Parliamentary event

February 3, 2017
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John Baron MP hosts annual Beating Bowel Cancer Parliamentary event

MP says screening uptake must increase John Baron MP recently hosted and addressed the annual ‘Beating Bowel Cancer’ reception in Parliament. This event bring together other MPs, Peers, bowel cancer patients, health professionals and members of the charity. In particular, this year’s event focused on the importance of bowel cancer screening. John said, “I...
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John Baron MP supports Government in Article 50 vote

February 1, 2017
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MP says ‘remoaners’ are sudden converts to Parliamentary sovereignty John Baron MP will support the Government’s Brexit legislation when the House of Commons votes this evening. The Bill gives the Government the authority to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which will begin the official two-year process of leaving the EU, and was...
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John Baron MP welcomes PM’s break with failed interventionist policies

January 27, 2017
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MP supports new era of pragmatism in foreign policy Yesterday the Prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa May, addressed a gathering of Republican Congressmen in Philadelphia. During her speech, she said there must be ‘no return to the failed policies of the past’ that saw Britain bogged down in questionable overseas conflicts. The Prime Minister...
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John Baron MP raises EU citizens at PMQs

January 25, 2017
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MP says unilateral move would send a positive signal ahead of negotiations In Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons this afternoon, John Baron MP raised the issue of EU citizens currently resident in the UK. John asked, “Following her excellent EU speech last week, will the Prime Minister unilaterally guarantee the rights...
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