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Elections 2015: Does Beaconsfield MP Dominic Grieve have the easiest job in the Conservative Party?

Beaconsfield has been the safest seat in the country for the Tories over the past 36 years.

Jeremy Clarkson to be a guest speaker at a Bucks school

It has been reported that the controversial character will be coming to Dr Challoner's Grammar School in November

Four people - including two Aylesbury pensioners - charged with producing cannabis

Cannabis plants
All four defendants out on bail and will appear in court later this month

Woman hurt after car hits house in Chalfont St Giles

Ambulance
Firefighters and ambulance staff at scene in London Road last night

Buckinghamshire weather: Cloudy and rainy - but most of the Easter weekend will be dry

Cloudy start and outbreaks of showery rain - but will improve considerably over the weekend

Where should Buckinghamshire's much needed homes be built?

The country's housing crisis: the government’s pledge to build 200,000 new homes a year is putting more and more pressure on local land
A nurse at work

Ease the Easter pressure on the NHS with new health app

Health Help Now is a free service for people in Bucks which they can download to their phone, laptop or tablet so they can get NHS advice about the best place to go for their health concerns.

The state of roads in Bucks: a big issue in the 1920s

Road surfaces - a burning topic for the people of Bucks. These pictures from the county archives show just how serious a business road repairs were in the 1920s

Woman hurt after car hits house in Chalfont St Giles

Ambulance
Firefighters and ambulance staff at scene in London Road last night

Gig Guide April 2 to April 9 2015

Want to catch a band? We have the best guide to live music for the coming week

Cutting edge funky techno comes to Bucks with the Electric Daisy Carnival this summer

World Famous dance music festival will be held at Milton Keynes in July

What to do this Easter holiday

We come to the rescue of stressed parents everywhere with this great what's on guide for the school Easter holidays

Wycombe reserve and youth teams will remain on hold

Cash will not be available, even if Wanderers are in League One next season.

Wycombe star happy to draw level in battle with team-mate

Pierre and Mawson battling it out in front of goal

In pictures: Wycombe take giant step towards promotion at Dagenham

Re-live the best of the action as the Chairboys win in east London

Non-League Football

Holmer boss has high hopes for Worrell

Allen hopes boxing footballer can pack a punch for his side

Flackwell Heath one away from a ton

Heathens eye 100th league goal while Penn pull off a cup shock

Chesham United suffer third consecutive defeat

Chippenham come away with the points as Generals flop again

Tributes paid to Cynthia Lennon after wife of Beatles legend John dies aged 75

Beatles star's first wife died after short battle with cancer at home in Mallorca

Joni Mitchell in intensive care after emergency call

Folk singer 'awake and in good spirits'

Morning news headlines: Labour business attack; Alps crash video found; Bomb manual jail sentence

The latest from around the globe

Amersham & Chalfont reach first ever national final

Olympic Park showdown is next up for victorious hockey ladies

Chesham U16s win club's first county title

Milton Keynes are comprehensively beaten in stunning final display

Late Barnes comeback denies Chiltern crucial win

A&C still have it all to do with two games remaining, writes Spike Stevens

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