Local authorities want residents to be engaged actively in making their views known on a variety of issues
Union says farmers along the proposed route will be significantly affected and wants to ensure they are treated fairly.
Small Business Saturday was started in the US in 2010, by American Express, as a way to encourage people to shop in local, independent businesses
Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan has paid tribute to the anti-apartheid icon who died yesterday aged 95
MP said problem was 'endemic' in some communities
49,000 page document revealed to parliament shows full impact
If MPs do end up passing the bill, it will mean that the government has the power to start buying homes and land, regardless of if the owner wants to sell
MP for Chesham and Amersham Cheryl Gillan backs the Bucks Legacy programme
MP tells former Foreign Secretary: "It it is quite obvious that he thinks the suffering of my constituents and their businesses is a price worth paying."
Round-up of all Remembrance Day services in Bucks
Upcoming hybrid bill, which will be passed through Parliament at the end of this month, will pave the way for construction of the controversial line
Whether you're pro or anti the European Union, it affects all of our lives. Here candidates say why they think they should have your vote in the looming elections
, Conservative MP for Chesham and Amersham, writes about the health service in her latest column
Residents concerned following news that the town’s roads could be used for to transport material to and from the track
There are more than 300,000 school governors, forming the largest group of volunteers in the whole of the UK
Tory MP for Chesham and Amersham says she is delighted with her selection
Dominic Grieve says he does not believe that the government will change it's views on implementing the controversial project
Andrew Garnett, Chesham and Amersham Conservative Association’s chairman, blames the drop in party membership on the government’s determination to press ahead with HS2
Prime Ministers says the rail line is needed to kickstart Britain's economy as country is 'too London-centric'
New bill could pose threat to local democracy, councillors warn
Campaign to help people understand the seriousness of Type 2 diabetes, which can lead to health complications such as amputation, blindness and stroke
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls said the government had ‘mismanaged’ the project and had allowed costs to spiral
Property developer unveils own plans - which include new road layout to ease traffic congestion
Forty three per cent of Britons have access to bicycles - but only two per cent of trip are made by bike
The imposter tweeted as 'Cheryl Gillan' - and the Bucks MP has now asked that the pseudo account be removed
Transport Minister admits an additional 400 to 500 properties along the route are likely to be affected
Beaconsfield Town Council argues that HS2 Ltd should pay for much-needed relief road in London End
However, anti-HS2 campaigners say any job figure at the moment is just 'guessing'
More people with disabilities who are looking for jobs, find employers’ attitudes a barrier to work than difficulties with transport
Committee of Public Accounts releases its findings into the project and its report will not make pleasant reading for David Cameron