Articles by: Steve Baker

Record School Funding for Wycombe

We all know how important education is to ensure a bright future for our young people and our community. Whether it was speaking at local schools, hosting students in Parliament, or raising the concerns of headteachers with Government, I have always made supporting and improving the schools in our area […]

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Steve Baker outside Wycombe hospital

Healthcare in Wycombe Continues to Improve

Wycombe Hospital was built in the 1960s and is crucial in serving all in Wycombe alongside some of the most deprived communities in the county. I have a long history of supporting Wycombe Hospital and I will continue to strive to achieve the best possible healthcare in our town. I […]

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Steve Baker outside Wycombe Guildhall

Proud to Be #Working4Wycombe

It has been an honour to be the MP for Wycombe since 2010. My wife and I have found it a pleasure to live in Wycombe all these years. Whether it is running through our beautiful countryside, enjoying our diverse restaurants, or seeing a production at the Wycombe Swan, I […]

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House of Commons prayer card reading "Wycombe"

Please vote Conservative on 4 July

To represent Wycombe as MP since 2010 has been an honour. Whether it was saving the driving test centre recently or turning around Bucks Healthcare NHS Trust at the start, I am proud of the positive impact I have had on our area. Now we need to keep Wycombe thriving.  […]

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Path across a cornfield

My real views on Net Zero

I am honoured to have a campaign dedicated to opposing me over my work on the cost of Net Zero. It is a pity though that they don’t engage with my actual views, or the realities we face, such as the cost of living for the hard-pressed people of Wycombe: […]

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Same old Labour

Yesterday, the Chancellor set out new official costings which reveal that spending promises made by Labour equate to a £38.5 billion blackhole, meaning Labour would have to raise taxes by £2,094 over the next four years on every working family in Britain. This is the same old Labour party – […]

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