Please note that this site has now been mothballed, but remains as a record of the work I did as your MP.


The result in Kingston & Surbiton

James Berry (Con): 23,249

Ed Davey (LD): 20,415

Laurel Fogarty (TUSC): 174

Daniel Gill (Christian Peoples Alliance): 198

Lee Godfrey (Lab): 8,574

Clare Keogh (Green): 2,322

Ben Roberts (UKIP): 4,321




Parliament was dissolved on 30th March 2015, and from that date I and all my colleagues in the House of Commons are no longer MPs. However, the Government still remains in place so I will continue as Secretary of State until after the election.

You are welcome to browse this website which is a record of my service as the Member of Parliament for Kingston & Surbiton from 1997. During that time I conducted more advice sessions for constituents than any other London MP.

Please contact me if you would like to help me get re-elected as your MP.


Rt Hon Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change


Fairer votes

At the end of this month, Kingston Council will be sending out the annual return of the electoral register. It does this every year, so why am I raising it now?

It’s always important to register to vote, but this time it will allow you to make voting itself fairer.

Where we agree

The Coalition Government has surprised me many times over.

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It’s early days for the Coalition Government. Yet I think there’s already been some exciting changes. From restoring the link between pensions and earnings to taking nearly a million low paid workers out of income tax, Liberal Democrat election pledges have played a central role.

Madingley fire

Sometimes an emergency brings out the very best in people.

The recent fire in the Madingley tower block on the Cambridge Estate in Norbiton is a classic example.

What the Lib Dems have got out of the Coalition

Liberal Democrats should be immensely proud of what they have achieved in the little over two months since the Government was formed, as well as the huge influence the party has on the Coalition and its agenda.

Kingston's Magistrates' Courts

Kingston’s Magistrates’ Courts are under threat – again.

Eight years ago, we fought a hard campaign to stop closure and, against all the odds, we won.

But can we save Kingston’s courts this time?

On the positive side, we have the same strong arguments:

My new Ministerial responsibilities

In my last article, I promised to “update you on my new Ministerial responsibilities working with Vince Cable in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills” – so here goes.

My main responsibilities in the Business Department cover Employment, Trade Policy, Competition Policy, Company Law, Consumer Affairs and Postal Affairs (including Royal Mail and Post Office Limited).

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Local filmmaker Claude Green followed Edward for a year to show the variety of an MPs constituency work. See the trailer here.