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  Norman Baker Watch
Norman Baker Watch has previously reported on Norman Baker's use of selective quotations, but the EU may soon be putting a stop to Baker's misleading quoting.
Baker's keeness on 9/11 conspiracy theories has also won him fans at The British 9/11 Truth Campaign, who now want to use Norman Baker's name to promote their silly conspiracies and to help them "show how Stop The War cannot deny 9/11 truth".
Norman Baker Watch today came across an Evening Standard article from January where Norman Baker rallies against Labour and the Tories for allowing a charity linked to the cult of Scientology to buy exhibition space at their annual conferences.
normanbakerwatch.blogspot.com   (2946 words)

  
  Norman Baker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Norman John Baker (born 26 July 1957 in Aberdeen) is a British politician.
Baker again fought Lewes at the 1997 election, which he narrowly won and ousted Rathbone, and ousted the Conservatives after more than 100 years of continual representation at Westminster from Lewes.
Norman Baker is well known for uncovering scandal and conflicts of interest among MPs and the Government.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Norman_Baker   (499 words)

  
 Gilbert Norman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gilbert Maurice Norman was born 1914 in Saint-Cloud, Île-de-France to an English father and a French mother and was educated in France and England.
Norman attempted to warn London that he was in captivity by not giving the Germans the second part of his security check, which they did not know about, but was frustrated when London sent a curt reply telling him to correct the omission.
Major Gilbert Norman is honored on the Brookwood Memorial in Surrey, England and as also on the "Roll of Honor" on the Valençay SOE Memorial in the town of Valençay, in the Indre departément of France.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gilbert_Norman   (288 words)

  
 Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Norman Baker MP for Lewes was born in Aberdeen in 1957.
From 1989 to 1990, Norman worked in the House of Commons as the Lib Dems Environment Campaigner and through 1991 worked as a constituency organiser for the Lib Dem MP for Eastbourne.
In July 2003 Norman won the RSPCA Lord Erskine Award in recognition of his tireless campaigning in the field of animal welfare.
www.normanbaker.org.uk /biography.htm   (414 words)

  
 Norman Baker's Plan to Merge 3 Stations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
A proposal by Norman Baker to merge the 3 stations at Newhaven into one modern terminal received a cautious welcome when the Lib Dem MP discussed the matter face to face with Transport Minister Kim Howells.
Norman was the first MP to secure a meeting with the new Minister.
Norman Baker pointed out to the Minister that while road schemes regularly get the green light, rail schemes are shunted into the sidings.
www.cix.co.uk /~normanbaker/press_releases/archive/034_Newhaven_stations.htm   (326 words)

  
 University of Cincinnati News: Norman Baker of Honors-PLUS
University of Cincinnati News: Norman Baker of Honors-PLUS
The students with whom Baker traveled in August and September are in the second class of the Carl H. Lindner Jr.
Baker is already looking forward to the journey, despite recent knee surgery that has him using a crutch for at least a while.
www.uc.edu /profiles/bakerpro.htm   (1220 words)

  
 The Clarion-Ledger: Mississippi's News Source
on January 12, 1942, to the late Wilburn Norman Baker and the late Addie Thompson Baker of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Norman worked for IBM Corporation from 1968-1993, where he held positions in Field Engineering and in management, served as an Instructor of Engineering in Kingston, N.Y., and received "IBM Means Service Awards".
He is survived by two daughters, Terri Baker Henderson of Ridgeland, and Leigh Baker Sharp of Brandon.
www.clarionledger.com /news/0401/04/2004010401.html   (365 words)

  
 Tribute to Buddy Baker
Beatty recounted how Charlotte Baker, Buddy's wife, handed Beatty a biography on Buddy and Beatty remarked that all she had to do was “just make it rhyme.” And holding to her promise, the song detailed Baker's entire life, from growing up in Springfield, Missouri, to his career at Disney and teacher at USC.
Burlingame pointed out that not only did Baker create a large body of work for television and movies, but he was the innovator of how to score music for theme park attractions, creating a seamless transition from scene to scene for Disney rides, as nothing like this had ever been done before.
Although Cutietta was uncomfortable at calling Baker, Baker still insisted on talking to Cutietta for 45 minutes, telling him how he helped build the film scoring department at USC and of his dreams and aspirations for the program.
www.mouseplanet.com /foundations/am031001sh.htm   (1383 words)

  
 Liberal Democrats : Norman Baker MP, Lewes
Norman Baker has been MP for Lewes since 1997 and has established a reputation as one of the most dogged and persistent parliamentary interrogators the modern House of Commons has known.
Born in Aberdeen, Norman moved to Hornchurch in Essex in 1968 and was educated at the Royal Liberty School, Gidea Park, in London before taking a degree in German (and running one of the college bars) at Royal Holloway College, University of London.
Norman was appointed Liberal Democrat spokesman on animal welfare in 1999, and won an award as “best newcomer MP” for his campaigning on environmental issues.
www.libdems.org.uk /party/people/mr-norman-baker.html   (566 words)

  
 Jody Ewing - An Interview with author Eric Juhnke
With backgrounds varying from low-brow performance carnivals to vaudeville and running for governor, John Brinkley, Norman Baker and Harry Hoxsey were the ultimate charismatic con men of the 20th Century.
Baker — a flamboyant radio broadcaster from Muscatine, Iowa — once publicly administered his "special powder" on a farmer's brain whose partial skull had been removed.
In my efforts to understand the farmers' motives, I learned that Baker, who had lambasted organized medicine over the airwaves for years in defense of his cancer hospital, convinced some farmers that the tuberculosis test was part of grand conspiracy for meat packers to obtain cheap beef.
www.jodyewing.com /eric_juhnke_12_02.html   (860 words)

  
 Press Releases -- NJIT America's "Most Wired" Public University
Baker is the executive vice president of CB Richard Ellis Real Estate Services, Inc., Saddle Brook.
Baker has specialized in the leasing and sale of office properties for more than 25 years in New Jersey and the United States.
Although Baker currently resides in Manhattan, he is a New Jersey native son, born and raised in Newark.
www.njit.edu /News/Releases/413.html   (459 words)

  
 NORMAN BAKER MP ENGLISH MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT LEWES LIBERAL DOMOCRAT EAST SUSSEX
Norman Baker wants to use his rights under the Data Protection Act to uncover any information on him the security service might have collated.
Norman Baker MP for Lewes was born in Aberdeen in 1957.
Norman Baker (Lewes): To ask the Leader of the House, if he will list (a) the websites operated by his Office and (b) the reports placed on the internet in March 2006, indicating in each case whether paper copies were also made available.
www.bushywood.com /members_parliament/norman_baker.htm   (1246 words)

  
 Sussex Downs College - Norman Baker MP visits Denton Island to debate issues with Sussex Downs College Adult learners...
Norman Baker, the Lib Dem Shadow Environment Secretary and Animal Welfare Spokesman, came to listen to Sussex Downs College adult students at the Denton Island Training Centre in Newhaven, on Thursday 5th February 2004.
The theme for this session was ‘Expressing views orally and in writing’ based on a topic of ‘local issues’ and with Norman Baker attending, local issues were covered in a lively and exciting discussion.
This discussion extended the reading comprehension levels undertaken by students on this course which are focused on two local issues in local papers and also allowed them to practise writing simple letter to editors expressing an appropriate response and their views in suitable language.
www.sussexdowns.ac.uk /adults/Baker-visit04/index.asp   (382 words)

  
 The World Today - British parliamentarian stirs debate over Tas forests
Liberal Democrat Norman Baker has described the logging of old growth forests as a disgrace that deserves international condemnation.
NORMAN BAKER: I don't think there's anywhere else in the world you can find trees like this, and I think it's incredible, you know, Tasmania needs to recognise it's got a unique (inaudible) that nowhere else in the world's got.
NORMAN BAKER: The charred remains, the graveyard feel of tree stumps, which is just down a hillside, a monument to death in the countryside, really - very, very sad indeed.
www.abc.net.au /worldtoday/content/2006/s1575104.htm   (769 words)

  
 seMissourian.com: Story: Norman Baker
Norman Lee Baker, 72, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, January 24, 2004, at the Missouri Veterans Home.
Baker was a pipeliner and was a member of Pipeliners Union No. 798 for 44 years.
Survivors include a son, Norman "Butch" Baker Jr., and his wife Deborah, of Jackson; a brother, Hobart Baker of Cape Girardeau; a sister, Sue Baker Gleason of Cape Girardeau; and two grandchildren, Dustin Baker and Katherine Baker of Jackson.
www.semissourian.com /story/129619.html   (160 words)

  
 Annie M. Henshaw
Baker, Allie, wife, age 52, born in New York; parents born in New York; occupation: none.
Baker, Norman, head-of-household, age 60, born in New York; parents born in New York; first married at age 24; rented home (apparently works for rent); no radio in home; occupation: farmer, general farm; not a veteran.
Baker, Alice, wife, age 58, born in New York; parents born in New York; first married at age 22; occupation: none.
www.rawbw.com /~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?6631   (518 words)

  
 Bruce Norman Baker - Delaware Wave - delmarvanow.com
Bruce Norman Baker, age 64, of Rehoboth Beach, died Monday, Nov. 21, 2005 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Md.
Baker retired from the Navy in 1977 as an E-7 Chief.
He is survived by his devoted companion, "Buzzy" Emily Logan; three sons, Daniel Baker of Elkridge, Md., Jason Baker of Virginia Beach, Va., and Ethan Baker of Charlotte, N.C.; six grandchildren; and his sister, Betty Lou Johnson of Las Vegas.
www.delmarvanow.com /bethanybeach/stories/20051207/2230143.html   (131 words)

  
 Is Norman Baker the greatest man in politics? | the Daily Mail
Baker's chosen seat on the Commons benches is right at the end of the Chamber, just below the sword-wearing Serjeant at Arms, away from the seats occupied by his party leadership.
Now he has won this victory over MPs, Baker's latest campaign concerns the death of government scientist Dr David Kelly at the height of the row between the present administration and the BBC in the summer of 2003.
Good Luck Norman all the honest people of this country are with you, even if the MP's are not, (which speaks volumns about their integrity).
www.dailymail.co.uk /pages/live/articles/columnists/columnists.html?in_article_id=436522&in_page_id=1772&in_author_id=382   (1286 words)

  
 ePolitix.com - Norman Baker
Welcome to the Webminster site for Norman Baker MP Norman Baker has been MP for Lewes since 1997 when he became the first non-Conservative to win the seat in over 130 years.
Norman has consistently maintained a high profile as he persistently lobbies for democracy, government and corporate responsibility and empowerment of individuals and local communities.
Further information can be found at Norman Baker's site: www.normanbaker.org.uk.
www.epolitix.com /EN/MPWebsites/Norman+Baker   (109 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | England | Southern Counties | Prescott 'compromised' on stadium
Norman Baker said it was "outrageous" for Mr Prescott to watch Hull play Brighton and then dine with both clubs.
The Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes, Mr Baker, said Mr Prescott attended the match at Brighton's temporary home, the Withdean stadium, on 16 December.
Mr Baker now argues that Mr Prescott should be removed from the case.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/southern_counties/4572044.stm   (370 words)

  
 Contact Norman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
As the MP for the Lewes constituency, Norman Baker is here for all constituents, no matter who you vote for.
Norman is a member of the of the Liberal Democrat group in Parliament and so is part of the opposition.
The best means with which to contact Norman is by letter, particularly if you are writing concerning a detailed case.
www.cix.co.uk /~normanbaker/contact_norman.htm   (395 words)

  
 Liberty - Protecting Civil Liberties Promoting Human Rights : Norman Baker MP: test case overturns blanket ban on ...
John Wadham, director of Liberty and Norman baker's solicitor in the case, said: "This is a very important victory which we hope will allow some of those innocent people who have had files collected on them to see those files.
Mr Baker, supported by the Information Commissioner, accepted that the MI5 policy of 'neither confirm nor deny', or NCND, is justified in all cases where the Service lawfully decides that a positive response would be harmful to national security.
Norman Baker was represented by Andrew Nicol QC and Henrietta Hill (both Doughty St Chambers) and John Wadham, Director of Liberty.
www.liberty-human-rights.org.uk /news-and-events/1-press-releases/2001/norman-baker-mp-test-case-overturns-blanket-.shtml   (571 words)

  
 Why I believe David Kelly's death may have been murder, by MP | the Daily Mail
Mr Baker also questions the painkillers Dr Kelly is said to have taken, not least because the levels found in his stomach were incompatible with his supposed consumption.
Mr Baker's investigation comes after three senior doctors claimed the official cause of death - a severed ulnar artery in the wrist - was extremely unlikely to be fatal.
Norman Baker is correct in doubting the "suicide" of Dr David Kelly.
www.dailymail.co.uk /pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=397256&in_page_id=1770&in_a_source=   (1708 words)

  
 Norman Baker to receive prestigious RSPCA Award (Green Liberal Democrats)
Local MP and Lib Dem Animal Welfare Spokesman Norman Baker is to be honoured with the RSPCA's prestigious Lord Erskine Award in recognition of his important contribution to animal welfare.
The award will be presented to Mr Baker by the Society's President, Richard Ryder, at the Annual General Meeting at 10.30am on Saturday 28 June at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull.
Norman Baker has tackled the government on a range of animal welfare issues from animal experiments to hunting with dogs.
www.greenlibdems.org.uk /news/2.html   (372 words)

  
 Norman Baker Forces Tory Leader To Apologise (from The Argus)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
A complaint by Lewes MP Norman Baker has produced a grovelling apology from David Cameron over the Tory leader's use of his Parliamentary office for party fundraising.
Mr Baker, a Liberal Democrat MP, complained to the Serjeant At Arms at the House of Commons and Sir Philip Mawer, the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards, following press reports in December that Mr Cameron was offering membership of a Leader's Group in exchange for a £50,000 donation to the Conservative Party.
Mr Baker, whose previous investigations have led to the downfall of former cabinet minister Peter Mandelson, warned that Mr Cameron's behaviour would undermine trust in all MPs.
www.theargus.co.uk /news/localnews/display.var.1298745.0.norman_baker_forces_tory_leader_to_apologise.php   (424 words)

  
 Robert Norman Baker, Colonel, United States Air Force
Robert Norman Baker, a retired Air Force colonel, died July 23, 1995 at his home in Callao, Virginia from congestive heart failure.
Colonel Baker's initial assignment during World War II was on Attu in the Aleutian Islands.
Baker Jr.; and a daughter, Patricia Ann Baker.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /rnbaker.htm   (225 words)

  
 Norman Baker's Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Norman Baker runs a busy constituency office in Lewes offering a wide range of help and advice.
Find out about how Norman came to be the MP for the Lewes constituency and how he has become an award winning MP.
This website has been partly paid for from the funds made available to every MP to assist them in communicating with and representing their constituents.
www.normanbaker.org.uk   (480 words)

  
 Norman
Norman Baker runs a busy constituency office in Lewes offering a wide range...
Norman came to be the MP for the Lewes constituency and...
Norman is certainly no pushover when it comes to technology.
www.historyfizz.co.uk /k.php?qkw=Norman&type=s   (378 words)

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