Post Tagged with: "Wycombe"

Chart of the votes cast in Wycombe 2001-24

GE 2024 – What happened in Wycombe

Half of previous Conservative voters stayed at home Labour just won Wycombe with about 16,000 votes to my 11,000. In 2019, there were about 25,000 Conservative voters and in 2017, 27,000: I lost 2000 voters to the LibDems over Brexit. In 2024, even allowing for the loss of Hazlemere and […]

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Steve Baker looking back at High Wycombe from West Wycombe hill

Our Plan for Wycombe

It has been my honour to serve our community in Parliament for the last 14 years. I am proud of the amazing work we have done from saving the driving test centre twice to securing £12 million to rejuvenate the high street, a sum on which Conservative-controlled Buckinghamshire Council is […]

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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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