Here are the top stories from the weekend: 

  • A driver was 'cut free' from car after crashing into ditch on M40.

The vehicle left the motorway and crashed into a ditch, leaving the driver injured and trapped.

Emergency services and the air ambulance attended, causing the M40 to be closed temporarily leading to three-and-a-half mile queues.

READ AGAIN: Driver cut free from car after crashing in to ditch on M40

  • Oxford United and Wycombe Wanderers will investigate unsavoury incidents that marred the match at Adams Park on Saturday.

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following suspected public order offences including homophobic chanting.

A teenager from Thame was arrested over a pitch invasion and given a caution.

READ AGAIN: Oxford United statement over alleged homophobic chants at Wycombe

  • Around 150 people gathered in Cornmarket Street in a "Kill the Bill" protest.

The action came ahead of a crucial vote on the bill by peers today.

Activists took to the streets across the country, calling on the House of Lords to reject the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill which they say would restrict their right to protest peacefully.

READ AGAIN: Protesters rally in protest at 'draconian' police bill

  • Celebrity chef Antony Worrall Thompson said he is not against Covid vaccinations, despite a sign being displayed in his pub near Henley welcoming unvaccinated people.

A sign made by an anti-vaccine group was put up at The Greyhound in the village of Rotherfield Peppard.

The sign read: “We do not discriminate. Race, gender, age, disability, vaccinated or unvaccinated. Everyone equal here. Everyone welcome.”

Mr Worrall Thompson clarified that he was in favour of vaccinations but said he would continue to show the sign while removing any reference to the anti-vaccination group.

READ AGAIN: Antony Worrall Thompson denies being 'anti vax' despite pub sign