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Andrew and David Cameron unveil the Conservative Party's vision for the NHS


Andrew and Sally at the Bassingbourn Bible reading marathon


Andrew meeting members of 'The Transplant Trust'


Andrew visits Star Radio Cambridge


Andrew with HM Armed Forces Veterans Badgeholder Edward Harris, and his daughters


Bourn Hall IVF Clinic


Breast Cancer Campaign


Campaigning for A14 upgrade


Campaigning to save Old Street Post Office in Cambourne


Consulting with healthcare professionals


Hardwick stores


Listening to Terry Pratchett


NHS 60th Birthday Celebrations


Nursing Times Conference


Opening Lloyds Pharmacy in Cambourne


Pottery-making


Rethink anti-stigma campaign


Royal National Institute for Deaf People


Shadow Health team

Andrew Lansley given demonstration of medical equipment

Cancer Research

Andrew Lansley with Children for 'Food for Thought' event

Britsh Heart Foundation

Andrew Lansley at despatch box in parliament

At despatch box

Andrew Lansley with nursing staff for 'Breast Cancer Campaign'

Breast Cancer Campaign

Andrew Lansley demonstrates exercise bicycle

British Lung Foundation


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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