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10:23am Friday 11th January 2013 in News
PICK up this week’s Bucks Free Press for all the news and sport from south Bucks including analysis of the proposed changes to the 11+ exam.
Friday’s 120 page Free Press leads on the controversial plans to rip up the entrenched 11+ exam and replace it with a new test in time for September – we have two pages of information, reaction and analysis.
We have a political round-up as an ex-Tory mayor starts 2013 in new party colours, a district councillor lashes out at the county over the state of the roads and a group attacks a council over plans for Handy Cross.
A finance boss who hid his iPhone in his work’s showers to secretly film female colleagues naked has been spared jail and, of course, we have all you community news.
Our bumper entertainment guide, Freetime, has an interview with metal-band Funeral for a Friend before they play Bucks New University, as well as the latest fashion tips and a roundup of gigs and events.
We have the latest from London Wasps, as the club finally looks to have a solution to solve its financial issues. No such problems on the pitch, however, as Dai Young’s side march on - we have all the reaction.
And Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth reveals his plans for the January transfer window, as the Blues continue their recent renaissance after coming from behind to secure another big win.
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