Health Care in BuckinghamshireJanuary 26, 2010
On 15th December 09 David spoke in a House of Commons debate regarding Health Care in Buckinghamshire. An exact of the debate can be viewed below.
Mr. David Lidington (Aylesbury) (Con): I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Chesham and Amersham (Mrs. Gillan) on securing the debate. I should also declare an interest in two respects. Since I might refer to mental health services, I declare that I am an honorary vice-president of Buckinghamshire Mind. I should make it clear, moreover, that my family and I have been using local health services in the county throughout my time as a Member: all my four children were born at Stoke Mandeville hospital and, because of family illness, I have had occasion to visit the accident and emergency department at Wycombe general hospital, and both the accident and emergency and in-patient wards at Stoke Mandeville hospital within the past 10 days.
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