Working for you in Wycombe

Campaigning for Wycombe hospital across party boundaries. Promoting local businesses with WycombeFirst. Supporting local communities. Serving individuals. My local team and I work hard for Wycombe all year round.

Working for you in Parliament.

Transport Select Committee. All Party Group for Economics, Money and Banking. Public services. Civil liberties. Aerospace. Motorcycling. Questions and debates. I work hard for Wycombe and the UK on a wide range of subjects.

Sound ideas and practical action

WycombeFirst. The Cobden Centre. Talks and discussions on the principles of a free society, economics and practical politics. I study, apply and advocate rigorous ideas for practical results.

About Steve

Coming from an ordinary background, without privilege or wealth, I have had a full and adventurous life through aspiration and application. That's what I want for everyone: fulfilment and something to look forward to.

Steve Baker MP – for peace and prosperity through liberty under the law

I am a Conservative to preserve all that is good in our constitution, a Radical to remove all that is bad. I seek to preserve property and to respect order, and I equally decry the appeal to the passions of the many or the prejudices of the few.
So said Benjamin Disraeli, twice Conservative Prime Minister, in a campaign speech at High Wycombe in 1832. read more

About Steve

Steve’s career began in the Royal Air Force as an engineer officer working with Tornado, Jaguar and the Adour aero engine. He became a Chartered Engineer through the Royal Aeronautical Society and held a military airworthiness licence. After his time with the RAF, he read for an MSc in Computer Science at Oxford University (St Cross College) and joined a specialist, entrepreneurial software firm as Head of Consulting and Product Manager before taking on various senior roles in business software.

In partnership with Toby Baxendale and others, Steve co-founded The Cobden Centre, an educational charity for social progress through honest money, free trade and peace. He also established and chaired a successful All-Party Parliamentary Group on Economics, Money and Banking. He is a Vice Chair of the Aerospace APPG. He served on Parliament’s Transport Committee until May 2013 when he stood down to concentrate on developing policy for public services. He has twice been elected to the Executive of the Conservative 1922 Committee.

In his spare time, Steve enjoys skydiving, motorcycling and spending time with his wife and godchildren.

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