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12/09/2012
Andrew Lansley sworn in as the new Leader of the House of Commons and Lord Privy Seal
Andrew Lansley CBE MP has been sworn in by Her Majesty as the new Leader of the House of Commons and Lord Privy Seal
20/08/2012
Andrew Lansley MP invites local businesses to the launch of a new South Cambridgeshire Business Group
Andrew Lansley MP invites local businesses to the launch of a new group for local businesses in South Cambridgeshire
17/07/2012
Andrew Lansley MP launches a new group for local businesses in South Cambridgeshire
South Cambridgeshire MP, Andrew Lansley, is starting a new group to for businesses in South Cambridgeshire.
07/11/2011
Andrew's concerns over Metal Theft in the Constituency
07/11/2011
Race to Infinity
07/11/2011
South Cambridgeshire...best place to live in rural Britain
23/09/2011
Teenagers set to Kick Ash with Local MP Andrew Lansley
07/05/2011
Happy 63rd Birthday NHS!
06/05/2011
Andrew and Vicky Ford MEP take a stroll around Babraham Research Campus
05/01/2011
Super-Fast Broadband Race is Won
BT names six winning communities of 'Race to Infinity' instead of five

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09 July 2005

Extract from: 'The Future of Health and Public Service Regulation' Speech

May I begin by expressing my warm thanks to the NHS Confederation for arranging this series of speeches on the future of our public services and for inviting me to contribute? At the start of a Parliament, it is very good to take an opportunity to think about the direction and the objectives of reform and of policy, somewhat free of the partisan demands of electioneering. The NHS Confederation continues to be, under Gill’s leadership, a strong advocate of reform and of high standards of leadership and management in the NHS. I have greatly valued our discussions over the last two years and even if we cross swords occasionally, I know we have shared aims in securing the opportunity for strong leadership and quality management to deliver high standards of healthcare in our NHS.

21 May 1997

Maiden Speech in the House of Commons

Thank you very much, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for the opportunity to make my maiden speech. It is a daunting prospect, not least because I follow the exemplary and entertaining speeches of the hon. Members for Aberdeen, South (Miss Begg) and for Cumbernauld and Kilsyth (Ms McKenna).

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