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Banbury MP contributes to No Confidence debate in Parliament

"It is an enormous honour to follow a speech as brave as the one by the hon. Member for Barrow and Furness (John Woodcock). I have mentally ripped up what I was going to say and will, I hope, say something in response. I have enormous respect for him and always have done.

Superfast broadband comes to Stoke Lyne

Residents in Stoke Lyne can now upgrade to superfast broadband thanks to an extended rollout of the Better Broadband for Oxfordshire programme.

A New Years message from Victoria Prentis MP

This time last year, my new years message started with the observation that 2017 had been marked by its unpredictability. This year has been much the same. We continue to navigate the uncharted waters of Brexit which dominates the majority of my time at Westminster.

Banbury Conservatives give evidence at key Horton Hospital meeting

Banbury Conservatives were pleased to stand with local residents in continuing to fight for the reinstatement of obstetric-led maternity services at the Horton General Hospital at a meeting of the Horton Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (HHOSC) today.

Future bright for Banbury Arts Centre

The future of the Mill Arts Centre in Banbury has been secured for the long-term following a transfer of ownership between two local Councils. 

Oxfordshire best in the Country for recycling

Thanks to the combined efforts of local residents and the Council alike, Conservative-led Oxfordshire County Council has been named the best performing County Council for recycling rates in England.