A politician has reiterated his anger at having to resign from a council produced magazine.
The Aylesbury Vale Times, which is released three times a year, is currently being produced without any opposition presence.
Councillors Corry Cashman, Robin Stuchbury and Chris Adams walked away from the editorial board in July, after council leader, John Cartwright, chose to stop housing figures being published.
At an Aylesbury Vale District Council meeting, the matter was quickly raised.
Mr Stuchbury said: “He (John Cartwright) wanted to make it the best position for his party.
“They’re using public money for their own gain. How can the public rely on the information being reliable?”