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Rt Hon Edward Davey, MP for Kingston & Surbiton and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change


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Edward Davey MP Statement on Syria

I have been asked by a number of constituents about my views on the current events in Syria, with many people understandably concerned about any British intervention in Syria.

While Parliament is set to debate this matter today and will do so again very soon, most likely next week, I wanted to give you my view now.

Davey congratulates Kingston students

2013 saw yet another impressive set of GCSE, AS and A level results for students across Kingston.

My first full year in the Cabinet

From my Annual Report 2013
My first full year as Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change and a CabinetMinister kept me focused on three “Es” - the Economy, Energy and the Environment.

Community Energy Fortnight: A local revolution is here

Edward Davey recently inaugurated the Community Energy Fortnight, and Co-operative News has published his speech:

Air pollution and you

We’ve got too complacent about air pollution in the UK. After we got rid of London’s “pea-soupers”, smog and the like, today’s air pollution is much less visible, but it can be just as dangerous.

And for once I’m not talking about climate change and greenhouse gases (though I could include those too).

Edward Davey MP visits Sutherland Day Nursery to celebrate the success of the local Education Group

Edward Davey, Member of Parliament for Kingston and Surbiton and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, last week visited Sutherland Day Nursery as part of its 5th anniversary celebrations.   

Big boost for primary schools in Kingston, Surbiton and New Malden

Liberal Democrat Leader and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg has announced the biggest ever rise in the Pupil Premium for primary schools to help ensure that more pupils are able to achieve higher standards.

Edward Davey discusses climate change with Andrew Neil

Watch the video of Edward Davey discussing climate change on the Sunday Politics show with Andrew Marr on 14th July 2013.

Click here to view it

Davey “determined to tackle scourge of fuel poverty”

Following an independent review and a consultation a new definition of fuel poverty has been set out today to ensure support is targeted at those who need it most.

A household will be defined as ‘fuel poor’ if its total income is below the poverty line (taking into account energy costs) and energy costs are higher than typical.

Agreement will keep British citizens safe from cross-border crime

The Home Secretary has announced that the UK will seek to retain 35 European cross-border policing and justice measures - including the European Arrest Warrant, a vital crime-fighting tool, and our continued membership of Europol.

Edward Davey meets apprentices at Bausch+Lomb's HQ in Kingston

Bausch + Lomb, the global eye health company, was joined on Monday 24 June at its Kingston offices by the Rt Hon Edward Davey, MP to celebrate the success of two of the company’s key initiatives aimed at children and young people.

I want to see a community energy revolution in the UK

My article in the Guardian:

For most people, the energy debate is about the construction of big power stations, or how much it costs to keep individual homes warm and the lights on.

Ed Davey attacks 'blinkered' climate change sceptics

From the BBC:

Energy Secretary Ed Davey is to make an unprecedented attack later on climate change sceptics.

In a speech, the Lib Dem minister will complain that right-wing newspapers are undermining science for political ends.

Green jobs, cleaner energy, keeping the lights on and bills down

The Energy Bill returns to the House of Commons tomorrow. It’s a crucial Bill that will help deliver all of the above, but clearly one issue – the 2030 decarbonisation target for the power sector – has been the focus of much attention over the last few months.

Europe must stay ambitious on climate change

There has been a lot of talk over the last few weeks about Britain’s place in Europe, but there’s one thing that I hope we can all agree. We need the EU to help prevent climate change.

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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.