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You elected me and sent me to the House of Commons to represent the people of Buckingham. My election as Speaker is the greatest honour of my professional life and I am very conscious of the responsibility which it has vested in me. I shall strive every day to justify Members’ confidence and to help to restore the reputation of Parliament.
Please rest assured that I will continue to represent all my constituents. Although as Speaker I do not speak in or stage debates, table questions, or sign Early Day Motions, I will continue to represent all my constituents by raising their concerns with the relevant agency or government department. As Speaker, I will receive ministerial replies, often from the Secretary of State, and on an expedited basis in recognition of the fact that the Speaker does not table questions or speak on the floor of the House. I will no longer address any issue in a party political manner in accordance with the convention that the Speaker remains impartial.
I will continue to attend events and undertake visits of a non-party political character throughout the constituency. Visiting schools, health services, local authorities, charities, voluntary groups and community gatherings has always represented the overwhelming proportion of my constituency work and I will continue to do it every bit as conscientiously as I have always done. Do get in touch with me at the Commons if you would like me to visit your organisation.
It is my duty and pleasure to serve all of my constituents in Buckingham. If you need my help on any matter, whether local or national, please get in touch with me. You can find my details on the contact page.
- 22nd April 2013News with photo
John Bercow joined celebrations of the 50th Anniversary of Stoke Hammond Sports Club at Bragenham Side, Stoke Hammond on Saturday 20th April.
- 17th April 2013News
A number of constituents contacted me with their concerns about the future of the HS2 Community Forums.
- 3rd April 2013News
John Bercow secures Transport Secretary pledge to consult on Property Bond option for HS2 Compensation.
“As you might be aware, in light of the High Court’s ruling over the HS2 Compensation Consultation, the Department for Transport has decided to re-run the consultation.
- 28th March 2013News with photo
Local MP John Bercow took time off from the House of Commons to present awards at the Long Crendon Horticultural Society Spring Show which was held at Church House in Long Crendon on Saturday (23rd March).
- 28th March 2013News
From today, a number of residents in towns and villages in the Buckingham constituency are able to benefit from the Government’s Cold Weather Payment scheme.
- 26th March 2013News with photo
On Friday evening, 22nd March, local MP John Bercow joined Haddenham Community Library volunteers at the library for a social drink to celebrate their achievements and to receive a charitable donation from the Haddenham Mummers.
- 26th March 2013News with photo
John Bercow visited Bucks Vision’s Resource and Training Centre at Meadowcroft, Aylesbury on Friday (22nd March).
- 25th March 2013News
John Bercow chaired a Question Time debate at John Hampden Grammar School on Friday 22nd March.
- 20th March 2013News with photo
John Bercow has been awarded an honorary degree by Buckingham University.
Photo: Fisher Studios
- 18th March 2013News with photo
Local MP John Bercow led clients from the Princes Risborough Day Centre and 15 pupils from Princes Risborough High School in a ‘public speaking for beginners’ session on Friday 15th March.