Mr Kenneth Baker

Former MP for Mole Valley

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Mr Kenneth Baker is a former MP for Mole Valley.

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Former MP for Mole Valley

Entered the House of Commons on 28 March 1968 — unknown

Left the House of Commons on 8 April 1997 — General election

Also represented St Marylebone; Acton

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Recent appearances

  • Orders of the Day — Crime (Sentences) Bill 4 Nov 1996

    The hon. Member for Swansea, East (Mr. Anderson) has a deep knowledge of the criminal mentality, drawn from his previous experience. I shall comment later on his interesting speech. The hon. Member for Blackburn (Mr. Straw) commented on my time as the chairman of the Conservative party. I did not expect that to be referred to. He referred to the Conservative campaign guide, which I...
  • Orders of the Day — Crime (Sentences) Bill 4 Nov 1996

    Yes, the poetry is also good. If my successors as Conservative party chairman are to be held responsible for everything appearing in the Conservative campaign guide, it will be a target-rich area for the Opposition for some time. The hon. Member for Blackburn chided my successors and predecessors as Home Secretary for bringing in so many changes to the criminal justice system—34 changes...
  • Orders of the Day — Crime (Sentences) Bill 4 Nov 1996

    I was the Home Secretary who introduced the measure to which my hon. and learned Friend refers. I remember him arguing against it. He cannot be sure that there will not be such a case in the future just because there has not yet been one. It could happen. I accept that there is a difference between a mandatory life sentence and a discretionary life sentence for a series of offences. I am...

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