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Politicians slam latest HS2 report as peers recommend AGAINST large-scale changes for Bucks
Cheryl Gillan and Seb Berry have both heavily criticised the report published earlier this month
Nostalgia: The Beaconsfield man who was the first to make a Colditz ‘home run’
Historian DONALD STANLEY looks at the extraordinary life of Beaconsfield-born politician Airey Neave
Bucks councillor furious at Heathrow expansion which "removes yet another of the Tory party’s original 'justfications' for building HS2"
The expansion involves building an entirely new, third runway and terminal at the north end of the Heathrow site.
Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan says Theresa May is 'extremely competent'
Cheryl Gillan MP said Theresa May is "extremely competent and immensely able."
Bucks-born MP Andrea Leadsom pulls out of race to become Prime Minister
Andrea Leadsom, from Aylesbury, has today (Mon) announced she is dropping out of the Tory leadership race.
Aylesbury-born MP in race to become leader of Conservative Party
Andrea Leadsom and Theresa May are the two remaining contenders to replace David Cameron as leader of the Conservative Party
EU Referendum result: Cameron will quit before October
As Britain votes to leave the European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron says he is not the man to lead Britain through the process
EU Referendum: How the Buckinghamshire MPs will be voting
As Britain prepares to go to the polls to decide whether or not it wants to remain part of the European Union, here's how Buckinghamshire's MPs will be voting.
Buckinghamshire County Council
Council chief re-elected as Tory leader in secret meeting
Martin Tett retained his position as Conservative party leader at a Bucks County Council meeting last night
Public urged to volunteer for parish council by Chalfont St Peter political group
CSP: People not Politics is people to step forward for the vacant parish council seat before the deadline of April 5
HS2 campaigners turn to House of Lords in bid for tunnel under the Chilterns
The full tunnel was rejected last week by the HS2 select committee
EU Referendum: Which side has Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan joined?
Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan has expressed her opinion on the EU referendum .
Debate over whether to keep funding Chesham's PCSOs reaches an agreement
Chesham Town Councillors debated over whether to continue to pay £2,675 per year towards the town's PCSOs.
Buckinghamshire well-represented in the New Year's Honours List
Sixteen people from the county were honoured for their services to the community.
Tory peer denies involvement in bullying scandal
Emma Pidding CBE, from Chalfont St Giles, chaired the RoadTrip 2015 campaign group, now embroiled in accusations that Mark Clarke bullied, blackmailed and sexually assaulted fellow activists
Senior MP spoke about HS2, nuclear power and the refugee crisis at a Conservatives dinner
The member of parliament for Chelsea and Fulham and Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Greg Hands, attended the Chesham Bois dinner on Thursday, November 12.
Dominic Grieve urged to oppose Tory tax credit cuts
Petitioners in Beaconsfield want the MP to back their campaign
Eight-six thousand jobs in the Public Sector have been lost in the South East
However, growth in the private sector has helped offset the cull, according to latest statistic
Woman from Chalfont St Giles is appointed to the House of Lords
Emma Pidding, CBE, is heavily involved with the Conservative Party and was at one point the most senior volunteer in the country
Wycombe's Steven Baker is among 'most rebellious MPs' - along with Jeremy Corbyn
The Tory MP is one of the 20 most rebellious in parliament along with the aspiring Labour leadership candidate
New Buckinghamshire house sales increase by nearly three per cent under Tory government
This is in direct contrast to the national trend which sees number of new homes sold falling in the rest of the country.
Video - Bird's eye view of the HS2 route between Birmingham and London Euston
The video, released by HS2 Ltd, shows where the route will go, and how much green space in Buckinghamshire will be lost forever.
Chesham Town Council
New Chesham council vows to put people ahead of politics
Tory-led council outlines its priorities for the town during the next four years
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Philip turns 94 today - and to celebrate, we relive some of his classic quotes (or gaffes)
The Duke of Edinburgh is the longest serving consort in British history and also the oldest serving partner of a reigning monarch.