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Aylesbury MP David Lidington takes Theresa May's place at Prime Ministers Questions
The less known MP is fulfilling his role as the Leader of the House
Has HS2 been spying on you, storing and sharing your private information with third parties?
The non-departmental government body has since removed a document from its website detailing what information they can hold and who it relates to.
It's a wild life: Don’t turn a blind eye to loss of wildlife
The figures for wildlife decline are worrying but we can make a difference buy working together, says Matt Hackson, from BBOWT
10 Bucks heroes honoured with a Points of Light award
The award was launched in the UK in 2014, to highlight the incredible stories of ordinary people
Pinewood Group delivers 'record revenues' as first phase of studio expansion is completed
An audit report for the year ended March 31 2016 has revealed group revenues were 10.9% than the previous financial year
Most University of Buckingham international students have not experienced 'any' racial discrimination since Brexit vote
The establishment which has more than 50 per cent international students maintains a strong stance against racism
Buckinghamshire teenagers bring home trophy from the European Cheerleading championships
The pupils of Kobika Starlites Cheer Academy were representing the UK at the competition in Slovenia
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: National Farmers' Union launches biggest consultation for a generation
NFU urges Britain not to ignore the economic importance of farming as it seeks to devise a post-Brexit domestic farming policy
It's a Wild Life: Looking at the impact leaving the EU could have on the environment
Uncertainty about the impact of the vote to leave the EU extends to the natural world. Matt Jackson the highlights what the risks are, and what we might do about it
Final decision on Heathrow expansion delayed again
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin tells Parliament he can't see announcement over third runway happening until October 2016
Church leaders rally against 'deplorable' attacks following EU referendum result
Places across the country have seen a rise in the number of incidents of hate crime against foreigners, which has been blamed on the Brexit vote
Brexit gives hope to anti-third Heathrow runway campaigners
Campaigners against a third runway at Heathrow say Brexit will lead to a delay in the decision and less likelihood of Heathrow being a preferred choice
Calls made to cancel HS2 after report reveals it may not be delivered on time or budget
The National Audit Office delivered its’ third report on HS2 today, which highlights that £9billion worth of cuts to the project are being considered.
Chiltern Citizens Advice Bureau offers advice following Brexit
Chiltern Citizens Advice Bureau has published advice on its website following the UK's decision to leave the EU.
EU Referendum: If you wanted to buy Euros, you should have done it yesterday
The value of the pound was sent dropping like a stone as Britain voted to leave the European Union. So what happens about currency and travel now?
Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan welcomes EU referendum result
Mrs Gillan, who backed the Vote Leave campaign, has welcomed the result.
EU Referendum: Farmers want to know impact of vote
With 50,000 people in the South East employed in agriculture and horticulture, the National Farmers' Union says it will be seeking answers to the question 'what happens now?'
EU Referendum: Business leader says Bucks firms will still thrive
With the pound dropping like a stone in the wake of the EU Referendum vote to leave, how will Buckinghamshire businesses fare?
EU Referendum: Chiltern District registers highest turnout in the country
With a high national voter turnout in the EU Referendum of 72%, a higher percentage of voters in Chiltern District went to the poll than anywhere else in mainland Britain
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 results: First reactions from Buckinghamshire
As Britain woke up to find Brexit campaigners triumphant on Friday June 24, here's some of the early reaction from Buckinghamshire on Twitter
EU Referendum result: How Buckinghamshire voted
Britain has voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union. As the pound dips to its lowest level since 1985, here is how Buckinghamshire voted