Published 16 May 2013 11:00 0
LOCAL MPs were among the 116 Tories who rebelled against the Government, by calling for a referendum on Britain's entry in the EU. Bracknell MP Phillip Lee, Wokingham's John Redwood and Adam Afriyie, whose Windsor constituency includes Ascot and Binfield backed a motion yesterday (Wednesday) that they "regret" the absence of an EU vote bill in the Queen's Speech.
COMMUNITIES secretary Eric Pickles is backing Local Newspaper Week.
FORMER world champion boxer Barry McGuigan officially opened East Berkshire College's new multi-million pound sports centre at Langley College today.
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RAIL users are advised that they will not be able to catch a train from Bracknell, Wokingham and the Winnersh stations on Sunday (May 19). Buses replace trains as a new footbridge and lifts are installed at Wokingham.