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Tiger, free-range – the pros and cons of popular parenting styles

What’s the best way to raise your child? It’s a question that has provoked the publication of numerous books, and seen authors race to coin the next quirky name for a new style of parenting.

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New UK passport criticised

New UK Passport under fire for lack of women

It is a badge of identity which seeks to celebrate some of the best-known cultural figures and landmarks in British life.

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A review into interruption of ambulance crew breaks has been ordered by the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt

Review ordered into ambulance crew breaks

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has ordered a review of break protocol of ambulance crews in the wake of the tragic death of a teenager earlier this year.

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LETTERS: Car parking, budgets and protecting our wildlife...

This week’s letters page for the Advertiser and Review Series.

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Flags are tied up with black ribbons as French President Francois Hollande meets with government members at the Elysee Palace in Paris after the terrorist attack against satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere

Voice of the Paper: Paris murders – the pen is mightier than the sword

Senior reporter Victoria Bull, 24, comments on yesterday’s terrorist attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

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Arrows of Love: An exciting prospect

Arrows of Love live at The SNO!bar

The Knife, the new single from London-based ‘dark folk connoisseurs’ Arrows of Love is a delicious slice of warped.

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Letter: Not too early to plan Buckingham Christmas Parade

Planning is well under way for the Christmas Parade which will take place on Saturday, December 15, with the theme as Christmas Throughout The Commonwealth.

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Letter: ‘Please pick up after your dog’

Alan Leach’s plea on behalf of Buckingham Rugby Club with regard to dog fouling (Buckingham & Winslow Advertiser, Friday September 14) has spurred me in to writing a letter which I have been intending to do for many months.

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Letter: Community events over Jubilee weekend a success

I should like to thank everyone involved in making the community events over the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee weekend a success, for all their hard work in organising them.

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Letter: ‘Thank you for a wonderful Jubilee weekend’

On behalf of everyone in Brackley, I would just like to thank all of the organisations, schools and clubs who took part in the various celebrations over the Jubilee weekend.

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Letter: Thanks for bike ride support

Buckingham to Lands End and back in a day by motorbike.

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Letter: Is there a method to the Olympic torch relay madness?

Now that the Olympic Torch Relay has started in Penzance (to be in Buckingham on July 9), perhaps I could take the opportunity to ask someone on the relevant Olympic organising committee to explain the rather curious, mixed up logic for selecting torch bearers in and around Buckingham?

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Letter: Anti-social behaviour strikes again at park

For the third successive Saturday, the section of the Heartland Park which used to be the site of the old sewage works, has been the subject of completely unacceptable anti-social behaviour.

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Letter: ‘Abysmal’ record on sports

I read with interest the article ‘Rugby club on way to £275k extension’ and I am delighted that SNC have made a grant of £120k towards Towcestrians club house development but I found laughable councillor Ian McCord’s comment this was in keeping with their strategy which included better sports and leisure facilities ahead of housing growth.

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Letter: The human face of day care cuts

As you know Bucks County Council voted in March last year to ‘improve’ day care for the less able, the mentally disabled and those with learning difficulties within the county.

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Former mayor should be rewarded for work

I was surprised and disappointed to learn of Caryl Billingham’s resignation from Brackley Town Council.

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Lack of parking the real issue

Further to Councillor Rowlands assertion in your paper that Buckingham is ‘very adequately covered with off street parking provision,’ (‘Towns to benefit as wardens go private’, Buckingham and Winslow Advertiser, March 30) I was not surprised to see he doesn’t live in the town.

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Letter: ‘Decent public toilets are vital’

I attended the annual town meeting on Wednesday, March 28.

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Lead letter: Remembering the Falklands

This spring marks the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War.

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Boycott Farm story gets people going

More than 20 letters have been received in support of last week’s story on Boycott Farm shop. A selection can be found below. More letters have been published in this week’s Advertiser and Review, on sale now. More will also be published next week.

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