Rivals criticised the London mayor and Conservative Party candidate at the constituency's second hustings, with Labour's candidate telling voters: "You're not looking for a dinner party guest"
Reducing transport costs, stop west London hospital A&E closures and capping rents to help first-time buyers: Some of your top manifesto points
The House of Lords' Economic Affairs Select Committee found the government had not made a convincing case for HS2 and called for a review of the scheme
Candidates from four of the five main political parties made promises at a public debate about how they would vote if elected to parliament
Transport minister Patrick McLoughlin has said the spur will not be built in phase one or two of the rail project, but activists warn nothing is "set in stone"
Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter said there is no guarantee any of the 24,000 new homes will be suitable for local people but the Mayor disagrees
Boris Johnson says it will provide 24,000 new homes, more than 55,000 jobs plus an HS2 station and Crossrail
The group of MPs scrutinizing the rail project came to Harefield, Ickenham and Ruislip to see for themselves what might be destroyed by HS2
Studies commissioned by Hillingdon Council show extending the HS2 tunnel through the Colne Valley IS a viable option
The cross-party select committee of MPs tasked with scrutinising the high speed line is visiting areas in Harefield that will be most affected
January saw west London deluged with biblical amounts of rain and there were concerns about pedestrian safety and tributes to Only Fools and Horses actor Roger Lloyd-Pack.
The Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip has told campaigners he is against HS2 unless conditions on a tunnel extension, Heathrow spur and HS1 link are met
The council joined HS2 Action Alliance to bring a challenge against the government accusing it of unlawfully failing to carry out a strategic environmental assessment for HS2
Transport union RMT said he would 'have to explain to the people of Uxbridge and Ruislip why they are in the front line of his cuts battering ram'.
The Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP joined campaigners to tell BBC London news about the impact of HS2 on Ickenham and Ruislip
Hillingdon Council and HS2 Action Alliance suffered a blow at the High Court in August but are continuing their fight against HS2 safeguarding directions at the Court of Appeal
Council Leader Julian Bell said they will be more strategic in tackling unemployment, crime and safety at a scrutiny meeting
HS2 has been nominated for community forums but Hillingdon campaigners argue they were less than engaging
The group of MPs and local authority leaders, which formed today, has written to the transport minister calling for a 'fair deal for London'.
Having paid more than £50 for my ticket, I did not have to present it once. Not at any barrier or to any person. Anyone could have travelled on that train for nothing. I bet many do.
HS2 say the role will help people eligible for government compensation - but anti-HS2 campaigner says "only a tiny percentage are eligible, so relatively few people will be helped at all"
New rail links, a segregated cycle lane along the A4 and a boardwalk from Boston Manor tube station across the M4 and Grand Union Canal are among Hounslow Council's plans to revive the strip's fortunes
Landlord of The Old Orchard, Daniel Redfern, is celebrating a big win in Hillingdon in Bloom
Richard Barnes, a former right hand man to Mayor Boris Johnson, has defected to the UK Independence Party who he said had the "right answers" to Britain's issues.
Tory-run Hillingdon Council, which opposes the construction of High Speed 2 between London and Birmingham, has agreed a critical official response to the Government consultation on compensation schemes for people living near the proposed route
HS2 Action Alliance say the vast majority of people living in urban areas that are impacted by HS2 - like in Ruislip - will get nothing
“Blame them for eschewing the opportunity to select sensibly, for their locality, and instead behaving like stoned students up for a rag-day laugh."
London Mayor Boris Johnson is a step closer to realising his Downing Street dream after being selected as the Tory candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson is Ruislip tonight appealing for the votes of Tory party members to be selected as their candidate in next year's general election.
The top-flight club is hoping to move from Loftus Road to build a 40,000 seat stadium and change the brownfield site into a new 'world-class city quarter' worth £6.2 billion to London's economy.