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Steve Baker MP
Conservative MP for Wycombe | Politician of the Year 2019/20, Civility In Politics Awards | | 1922 Executive |
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Steve Baker MP 17m
Tomorrow, from 5 - 6pm, are running an important webinar on cancer services in Bucks for anyone with concerns. You’ll hear from specialists and have a chance to ask questions.
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Nicola Richards MP 58m
Every day in the UK, around 7 young people aged 13-24 are diagnosed with cancer. I’m determined to spread the word that it’s if you have any concerning signs and symptoms of cancer. See below for more details 👇
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Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust 2h
Dr Tina Kenny, Medical Director at the Trust, shares an important public health message about cases in .
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Mahyar Tousi 1h
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Covid-19 kills – but so does lockdown | The Spectator "No computer model nor brilliant epidemiologist can fully estimate the sheer long-term destruction lockdowns have caused." ⤵️
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My interview today with on UK hospitality and coronavirus will be out about 8pm
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Raoul Pal Oct 18
Important Thread: If you don't think Central Bank Digital Currencies are coming, you are missing the big and important picture. This is going to be the biggest overhaul of the global financial system since Bretton Woods.
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Department for International Trade 10h
Southeast Asia is a fast-growing economy, making it the perfect location for UK startups to expand globally. HM Trade Commissioner explains how this department is helping UK business break into the market: Trade = growth = prosperity
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Department for International Trade 7h
A UK-Japan trade deal is an important step towards the UK joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership, opening up a market of roughly 575 million consumers to UK businesses. Trade = growth Read more:
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Department for International Trade 3h
Replying to @tradegovuk
This is the expertise each Board adviser brings: 2/2
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Department for International Trade 3h
Today is the first meeting of our new Board of Trade. The group will make sure trade policy works for all of the UK. And boost the UK as a major force in global trade. 1/2
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Liz Truss 6h
Today the new Board of Trade meets for the 1st time. As 🇬🇧 emerges as an independent trading nation, it will: 👉Campaign for free trade in 🇬🇧 & around the 🌍 👉Help 🇬🇧 push new frontiers in areas like digital & green trade 👉Advise on trade strategy
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Paul Goodman 8h
The new testing plan that believes will help him control the virus – and win back the support of Conservative MPs
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Ed Conway 5h
“The more certain someone is about covid-19, the less you should trust them”. Couldn’t agree more. Goes for everything from the disease to the data to the policy responses to the treatments. Great editorial from et al
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Antonia Romeo 5h
Today the new refreshed Board of Trade met for the first time under Secretary of State ‘s chairmanship. The Board will advise HMG & on trade strategy, & support making the case for free trade in 🇬🇧 & across the 🌎.
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Replying to @Lugey6
Happy birthday!
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ConservativeHome 8h
From : Ministers should reject a second lockdown and prepare for Plan B
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Mahyar Tousi 6h
In Parliament Square with to show solidarity with the hospitality sector who are here protesting against the 10pm curfew and tier-based lockdown measures.
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Steve Baker MP 6h
Pleased to be able to speak with those working in the hospitality and events industries whose businesses have been deeply hurt by the 10pm curfew.
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