The midweek round-up: The five most read Advertiser stories so far this week

Each Wednesday, we bring you a midweek round-up of the five most read stories on the Advertiser site.

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5.) Man charged in connection with bogus builder scam

A 37-year old man has been charged with two counts of fraud in connection with a bogus builder scam.

Ruben Butler, of Reedham Road, Burnham, was arrested on Setpember 13 and charged the next day under the Fraud Act 2006.

4.) 'Men's rights' campaigner announces bid to oust Theresa May from Maidenhead seat

The leader of a men’s rights party has announced he will stand against the Prime Minister for the Maidenhead seat in the next General Election.

Mike Buchanan, leader of the Justice for Men and Boys (And The Women Who Love Them) party said he will stand in the 2020 election against Theresa May, and plans to start campaigning before Christmas.

3.) London landmark The Ivy set to open Marlow restaurant

Famous London restaurant the Ivy has had an application to expand into Marlow approved.

The exclusive eatery, which has historically been the favoured haunt of sophisticated hell raisers such as Princess Margaret and Noel Coward, looks set to open at the former site of Clarks in the High Street.

2.) Marlow Bridge forced to close for 'foreseeable future'

Marlow Bridge has been closed for the 'foreseeable future' after suffering potential structural damage.

Transport for Bucks tweeted on Sunday to say the bridge is set to remain closed.

1.) Woman found dead in Berkshire College of Agriculture grounds

A woman was found dead in the grounds of the Berkshire College of Agriculture in Burchetts Green on Friday morning.

Members of the public discovered the body of the woman, who has not yet been identified, at about 10am in High Woods, a part of the college campus.

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