In the Buckingham constituency
John Bercow has a eighteen year track record of commitment to local people. Always hugely active in the constituency in tackling problems, supporting local groups and waging campaigns.
Buckingham constituency covers one of the largest geographical areas in South East England, stretching from the north of Wycombe District, through Aylesbury Vale to the borders of Milton Keynes. Rural in character for the most part, the population is widely distributed through many villages and small towns admin some of England’s most beautiful scenery. The major settlements are Princes Risborough, Haddenham, Buckingham and Winslow.
The constituency has sent MPs to Parliament since 1542. For most of the last century Conservative MPs were elected with the exception of 1945-51 and in 1964-70. Until the1983 boundary review the constituency covered the rapidly expanding new city of Milton Keynes which has since had its own MPs. At the last general election in 2010 further boundary changes brought Icknield and The Risboroughs into the seat. In 2010 John Bercow was re-elected as MP standing as The Speaker.
The Constituency covers the wards of Bierton, Brill, Buckingham North, Buckingham South, Cheddington, Edlesborough, Great Brickhill, Great Horwood, Grendon Underwood, Haddenham, Icknield, Long Crendon, Luffield Abbey, Marsh Gibbon, Newton Longville, Pitstone, Quainton, Steeple Claydon, Stewkley, The Risboroughs, Tingewick, Waddesdon, Weedon, Wing, Wingrave and Winslow.