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


329 fewer people claiming JSA in Kingston is “no accident”

Edward Davey called today’s positive labour market figures in Kingston & Surbiton “no accident” and said Liberal Democrats in Government were delivering the recovery fairly. 

Britain is getting its energy policy right

Ed Davey has welcomed reports that show Britain is tackling climate change and taking steps to break up the Big Six Energy firms.

A study by PwC shows the UK has become one of the world’s eco-friendly countries in the past year after a record 34 per cent jump in renewable energy generation.

Ice bucket challenge

Watch the video of Edward Davey doing the ice bucket challenge.  He was soaked in aid of Water Aid at the One Norbiton fun day.  

Why I don’t want Scotland to vote for independence

Scottish independence may seem irrelevant to some people. Here we are in Surbiton. We don’t have a vote in the referendum. We’re nearer to France than we are to Scotland. It won’t really affect us.

Ceasefire in Gaza

Commenting on the new ceasefire in Gaza which at last appears to be holding, local MP, Edward Davey said:

"The death and destruction in Gaza has been horrific and it's been vital that our Government has used all diplomatic means working with others to bring this ceasefire about.

“Mind The Gap” campaign wins out at Norbiton Station

Campaigners welcome Network Rail & SWT’s commitment for safety improvements at Norbiton’s platforms as a “big win for Norbiton passengers and Kingston Hospital patients”.

A long campaign by local Liberal Democrats, Norbiton residents and Kingston Hospital to improve safety for passengers at Norbiton train station has paid off, with Network Rail and South West Trains agreeing to invest in refurbishing both platforms.  

Attack on Kingston synagogue is unacceptable

Following the attack on Kingston synagogue, Edward Davey said:

"This is unacceptable. However strongly people feel about an issue like Gaza, these statements and this anti-Semitic action are totally wrong.

Speaking at Bristol's BIG Green Week 2014


Ed Davey: Non-nuclear energy approach is “negligent” and “risky”

This second article by Paul Walter first appeared in Liberal Democrat Voice:

On Monday, I summarised the appearances of Ed Davey at last weekend’s Social Liberal Forum conference in London. Here, I outline some of the views expressed and initiatives described by Ed on the day, including during a bloggers’ interview:

Using less energy

Fuel poverty is a serious issue. Energy inefficient building stock is a key cause.

Our climate change bulldog

This article by Paul Walter first appeared in Liberal Democrat Voice:

On Saturday, while much of the country was enjoying the sunshine, I spent two hours studying and listening to The Right Honourable Edward Davey MP FRSA.

In the wonderful surroundings of the new headquarters of Amnesty International, Ed addressed the Social Liberal Forum conference on “Energy and climate change – the balance between state and market”. He was then interviewed by four bloggers: Jonathan CalderMatthew HulbertCaron Lindsay and myself.

My feelings during all this were similar to when Steve Webb addressed a local party supper club. I was thinking “Hey, this guy is doing fantastic, long-term stuff. Why the heck haven’t I heard about it before?”.

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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.